• A Summer Road Trip to Vermont

    Wooden covered bridges, Victorian inns and domestic farms: this ain’t even close to what Vermont has to offer. Vermont, known as the Green Mountain State holds true to its title. Mountains clad with green trees are the usual sight as soon as you enter the state. The views are of course different during the fall as you witness beautiful fall colors. Vermont is one of the five states that comes under the New England region of the USA. While I’ve always heard of the awestruck beauty of the New England region during the fall, I visited Vermont in summers, and believe me when I say that it was nothing less than amazing!…

  • Exploring Goa Beyond Beaches: Fontainhas (The Latin Quarter)

    Imagine walking in a Portuguese neighborhood with colored heritage houses dating 200 years back. Now imagine people sitting in a rocking chair living a laidback life that you’ve always wanted. This is what Fontainhas is all about; a Portuguese Goan village that signifies that Goa is beyond beaches and parties. We’ve been to Goa a couple of times and have to admit that exploring Fontainhas was the best of all of our trips. Settled in Panjim, Fontainhas is a small quaint town that still holds onto its Portuguese roots. This guide will tell you everything you need to know about exploring the Latin Quarters of Goa. Best time to visit Fontainhas As…

  • How To Do New York In A Day

    New York City had been long on my bucket list. I couldn’t keep my feet on the ground when I made my travel plans to explore NYC until I finally got down the train at Grand Central. Though I only had a day to explore New York, I made the most of it. In this blog, I’m going to tell you How To Do New York In One Day and walk you through my entire itinerary. I’ll cover the all the major spots that I went to. Top Of the Rock Observatory Top of the Rock is an observatory on the 67th floor in the Rockefeller Center. You can only imagine…

  • Airbnb Review in Stowe, Vermont

    I love staying in B&Bs, especially if I’m in the countryside. They are small, they are usually cute, and they are personal as you live with the locals. Living in a B&B with locals lets me dig in further in the cultures and customs of a place I’m visiting. I love talking to people, knowing about them, asking for their recommendations for offbeat places. When Anshul and I visited Vermont, we booked a cutesy little B&B in Stowe. You can book the one I booked from AirBnB by clicking this link and you also get $40 off on your first booking. Yay! 😀 In this post, I’m going to be reviewing my…

  • Photo Story: Westport, CT

    Starting today we’re introducing travelogs into Stamp That Passport. Travelogs are where we’ll be sharing our travel pictures, lot and lots of pictures. So stay tuned as we’ll be spamming your inbox a LOT! 😀 Hey, Summer! It’s good to have you around. Westport is a small town in Connecticut not far from New York City. You can either drive to Westport or take a Metro-North train, which is pretty comfortable and safe. You can find the schedule for Metro-North railroads at this link Metro North Railroads.   Although there’s not much to do in Westport, I found it to be one of those beautiful little towns that you’d want to…

  • A Dreamy Tropical Honeymoon: Maldives

    My love for the Maldives hatched when I was in 4th year of my college and I was looking through a friend’s Facebook profile. She went for her honeymoon and from then on, it became my dream destination. Making its way to the list of most popular honeymoon destinations in the world, Maldives is a dreamy getaway that has more than just clear blue waters. It’s a paradise on Earth. The tropical infusion of palm trees and gorgeous water bungalows right on top of the crystal-like turquoise water is breathtaking. Miles away from social culture and bustling city life, Maldives offers you a vacation which leaves you nothing less than hypnotic. I spent my honeymoon on…

  • Things To Do In New Haven, Connecticut

    As many of you might know that New Haven is home to the prestigious Yale University.  Because of such young and energetic crowd prevailing in the city, there are plenty of things you can do in New Haven. In this post, I’ll be listing down a few of the things that are the absolute must. Visit the prestigious Yale University If you ever wished to see Hogwarts, like me, this is it! Dating back to the 1700s, Yale University still speaks volumes of vintage architecture. Since I visited in June, the students were out for their summer internship so the school was practically a bit deserted, but the tourists can…

  • Popular Picks From Gujarat

    Gujarat is a perfect example of classic culture infused into a bunch of getaways. From epic temples that speak legend to lush turf wildlife sanctuaries, from white desert glimmering in the scorching sun to national parks that are home to fearless lions, from roads running along the coast to some amazing forts overlooking the shores – Gujarat has everything needed for a perfect vacation. Gujarat doesn’t settle for housing just a myriad list of holiday picks, it also boasts of homing the most fun people you’ll come around on your trip. Gujaratis are as much known for having a zest for life as the countless number of Gujarati snacks. Come weekend…

  • The Canvas Village of Mumbai: Asalpha

    Let the colors talk! This was all I could feel when I visited the colored palette-like village of Asalpha in Ghatkopar. From solid colored walls to graffitis and abstract art, there is nothing that won’t amaze you at Asalpha village. Started as an initiative by FruitBowl Digital, Asalpha Village has turned into an epitome of how Mumbai slums will be envisaged. How To Get There By Cab/ Autorickshaw You can hire a cab (Uber/ Ola) or an auto to drop you off at the Asalpha Metro Station. It’s only a 5-min walk to the village. Fact File: Get down at Gate No 1 of the metro station, which is nearest…

  • An Offbeat Weekend Getaway That Is Dhom Lake

    10 seconds takeaway What if you can visit a lake with the same setting and the aura as that of Pangong Tso Lake from Ladakh only a few hours drive from Mumbai? Lake Dhom gives you the similar vibes and is still unknown to many. It was only one Friday evening at work that I stumbled upon one the blogs on Tripoto, which was about a few offbeat locations near Mumbai. The weekend was upon me so I was not really in a mood to work. Going through the blog I came across a photograph which looked much like Pangong Tso of Ladakh. Intrigued and curious to know more about…