Seminyak is a coastal city in Bali, Indonesia, 10km away from the Ngurah Rai International Airport, and 5km from Kuta. I like to think of Seminyak, is a cooler cousin of Kuta. With its ever-extending beaches, hip restaurants and the most relaxing resorts and hotels, Seminyak is a "cooler" version of the always hustling Kuta. … Continue reading A backpacker’s guide to Seminyak, Bali
A small island province off the coast, called Tasmania, is 2 hours north-to-south in length. It was historically a place where the British used to send prisoners: "In the early 19th century, convicts were sent to Tasmania. However, this ended in 1852 and in the late 20th century, tourism boomed in Tasmania (http://www.localhistories.org/tasmania.html, accessed 2018) … Continue reading Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Living in Melbourne, Australia for 6 months gave me a deep sense of what being a Melbournian means. From flamboyant laneway street arts, to the strong coffee culture, from the must-go brunch places and varied clubs and bars, Melbourne is indeed THE MOST LIVABLE CITY IN THE WORLD! (Business Insider, 2017) I was on an … Continue reading Melbourne, Australia
Have you ever seen a Kangaroo just prancing across the road? Well, if you have, you have been to Australia! My 17 hour journey from Mumbai, India to Melbourne, Australia was terribly turbulent and long! Nevertheless, Melbourne's Tullamarine International Airport was quick and efficient, with their e-visa procedures, immigration was merely a minute, and navigating … Continue reading Welcome to Melbourne, Australia!
I am a 3rd year undergraduate student at the University of Toronto, Canada pursuing Management and International Business. I currently live in Toronto and I am doing an internship at Deloitte Canada as a Financial Analyst. As part of my specialization in International Business, I went on a Exchange Semester at the University of … Continue reading The Journey Begins