I spent one night on Providenciales, the most populous island in Turks and Caicos. The highlight was the turquoise water, but I also saw friends and got a glimpse into the islands´ unique culture and cost structure. Click here to read more about Turks and Caicos.
I took a ferry to the New Jersey and discovered a nude beach! Click here to read about my surprisingly positive experience.
I attended the destination wedding for my college friends in the northwest of Costa Rica and had a blast. Click here to read about the multi-day event.
Before venturing to the coast for a wedding, I spent 2 days in the northwest Costa Rican town of Liberia and the surrounding UNESCO World Heritage forests and volcanoes. Click here to read about my trip.
8 years later I returned to Mumbai. This time I visited some of the neighborhoods where my business school friends live such as Bandra, Dadar and Sion and had a completely different experience. Click here to read about Central Mumbai.
I love traveling and have a great time pretty much anywhere. However, Pune was one of those places where I did not have a good time – mostly due to my own doing. Click here to read about my rough adventure in India’s 7th largest city.
After attending the most epic wedding of my life, I stayed in Kochi for two days to do some sightseeing in the ancient Jewish and early European colonial town of Fort Cochin and the beautiful Kerala Backwaters.
The final part of my 3 Part Indian wedding blog post is the wedding itself. Click here to read about the grand finale.
The two most fun events of the Indian weddings were the Haldi and Sangeet. Click here to read about Day 2 of the craziest wedding I will ever attend.
I attended a massive wedding in Kochi, India for a business school friend. Part 1 includes all the preparations and the first event, Cyberpunk Night.