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We were schoolmates, friends, we dated for eons, and then got married. Together we’ve been to over 80 countries and hundreds of cities. But it was only seven years AFTER …

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  1. Hi Guys!

    Hope you are doing and travelling well.

    I’m looking at sending you a product as gifting at your doorstep. Since I do know you both are health freaks, I’m sure you’ll love them. These are Vacuum Fried Crisps called Sante Eats.

    Do let me know where I can have it sent.
    Thank you!

  2. hi,,!
    You guys are truly inspiring & to be honest seeing you guys making the most of your lifes gives us satisfying feeling as well, I am happy and smiling getting married soon, Going through your Maldives post, Its for sure that I am also going to choose Outrigger Konotta Maldives resort because if you guys choosed it then it is the best.

    Please suggest that what things we need to take care of ? and is water sports activites inclusive or they charge it there and then

    With regards
    Rajat Aggarwal

    1. Hey Rajat – a lot of water sports are included but not all of them. It’s best to confirm inclusions with the hotel before booking 🙂 Please do send us photos from Outrigger when you visit – we’d love to share them with our readers 🙂

  3. hi

    We are Monika and Shivanshu from Delhi, India.
    Your blog and travel stories are really impressive.
    We both are working and want to incorporate travel in our lifestyle. But don’t know from where to begin with.
    Please guide us to make it happen.

    We are waiting to hear from you 🙂


    1. Hey Monika – just start small – by travelling somewhere for a short trip – once every couple of months 🙂

  4. Your profile seems impressive and I have got motivation golas from you guys.

    Which place would you suggest for January backpacking for a month with 1.20 lacs as budget?!
    Thanks a lot

  5. Hey Guys,

    Loved your itinerary for Iceland. Infact, I am planning to go there in march as well.

    Just wanted to check with you regarding the probability of seeing northern lights in mid-March.

    Would also appreciate if you could share your travel dates as well.

    Thanks & Regards,

    1. Hey Parth – we visited in November. March is usually a good time for Northern Lights but it’s really hard to predict whether or not you’ll see them as it’s a natural phenomenon 🙂

  6. Hi Savi & Vid,

    You guys are simply amazing and truly inspiring… I have been following your blog and post for a few years now and all your write ups are just so inspirational and motivational. I am a big fan of Vid’s photography too.. Me and my husband are planning a trip to Australia this Dec end. I would like to have your suggestions of things to do, places to visits, etc.. would be really grateful you can give us some suggestions for our trip .

    Look forward to hear from you.

    Lots of love and best wishes to you guys!!

  7. Hi Savi and Vid,

    i read an article about your culinary experiences in Laos which was great! Would you be able to recommend any tour companies/agents or itinerary to travel to Laos for 7 days 8 nights in December? Looking to travel to vang vieng, Vientiane & luang prabang. is it possible to rent a car with a local driver who speaks english and can take us to all these three cities for the entire trip? looking forward to your thoughts!!

    1. Hey Preshtha – I think you read an article about Cambodia. But to answer your question, you can get a driver but it’s usually cheaper to take a bus or even a flight between cities 🙂

  8. hey Guys !!

    Thanks for the lovely and detailed blogs. My next trip is for New Zealand in 3 days and your site has been a guide to me ..I am looking for your opinion as between Piha / Muriwai or Coromandel Peninsula , we can only go to one place and then on the road to Rotoura ..Which is is recommended. We have 2.5 year old kids , hence not too much walking is preferred.
    Have a great time and enjoy your life the way you do:)

  9. I love u guys , I am truly inspired and love the work and time u put into the blog !!!
    as far as travel is concerned I have almost traveled to 10 destinations in 2 years ,
    which place do u recommend to travel for 5 days in the end of November with a budget of $1800 for two
    Thanks !!!

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