Hi there! We're Sourab and Gloriya.
Welcome to our page. We look forward to inspire you with our travel stories.
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Hi there! We're Sourab and Gloriya.
Welcome to our page. We look forward to inspire you with our travel stories.
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Hi there! We're Sourab and Gloriya.
Welcome to our page. We look forward to inspire you with our travel stories.
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How We Started

It all started with a drink, a shared passion for travel and a burning desire to explore the world.
We were two strangers on our first date talking in lengths about our dreams and getting amazed at how much we were alike. The following few months were spent in planning our wedding and a 3 country honeymoon which turned out to be an impromptu 5 country extravaganza. This was just the beginning, we had gotten the taste of wanderlust. We started getting drifted to a dreamland every time we saw a beautiful destination in articles, social sites or on television. With that dream, we have traveled a total of 13 countries together.

Our Weddings

A promise made and a promise kept! Like everything else we have tried our best to live up to.
On our first wedding when a few plans were going wrong, we decided to let things run it's course and not let it bother us much...as we would not let this be our last one. We made a promise to celebrate our bond, our love, our connection in a different way every year. And we made it to 3 ceremonies in 3 different countries- India, Seychelles and Vietnam on each of our wedding anniversaries. With many more years of togetherness to come, we hope to keep this fire alive and continue the streak.

Upcoming Plans

Well as they say... Man proposes God disposes.
We are excited about what is in store for us this year. The long wait has left us craving for more travel and we chose the Maldives to be our first destination in January. Following which we hope to explore more of India. The gems which we had only seen in pictures, the cultural hub, the land of the oldest civilization. From snow-covered mountains to the turquoise ocean, from the picturesque tea gardens to the tropical rainforest, all that is left to be explored are on our list. Stay with us as we bring to you incredible stories from the most known and remotest corners of our country.

A look back at the year that was -2020

The year 2020 has been a roller coaster ride, with too many ups and downs. A year that was dreadful for us due to a lot of reasons. However, the year also brought us joy, a lovely little dove in our life – our son. The year taught us how fortunate we were to be able to survive, to be close to the family, to have a job, and to appreciate little things in life. The more time we spent in each other’s presence, more closer it brought us together. We dreamt more and hoped more. And we are thankful for everything we have. Though it has been a year of zero travel, it didn’t mean that we didn’t plan. At the onset of the pandemic, our Dubai trip got abruptly canceled. At the end of the year, our Maldives plan didn’t materialize due to complications in our little one’s passport. Slowly as the countries opened their doors to leisure travel a ray of sunshine filled us with warmth and brought in rainbows of opportunities. We decided to take it slowly, carefully, and responsibly.

We spent our time collecting information about locations we wished to travel to, created itineraries, researched about travelling with an infant. As the year concluded we became more confident in taking our first steps out in a long time and hoped to start the new year with our first travel as a family.

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