After Bangkok and Pattaya, our next destination was Phuket, a rainforested, mountainous island in the Andaman Sea which is known for popular beaches, old shophouses and busy markets. We chose Patong, the main resort town to host us which is an area full of life, thanks to the great hotels, nightclubs, bars and discos!
When you are a family or a big group, you need a cozy space where you can all chill together, plan together and stay together! I have personally been on multiple trips in a group with friends or family but what I have always hated is being confined to different rooms in hotels (and sometimes on different floors) which at times bound us to even basic communication. We do keep a track of each other on Whatsapp or phone extensions but it’s not too convenient most of the times. It looses the whole purpose of travelling in a group.
Do you relate to this? Then read on to know how we enjoyed staying under one roof that too enjoying our own secluded space
Alisha was on cloud 9, when the doctor told her that she is pregnant. All in the family were eagerly waiting for the baby.
When the doctor handed over the baby Ishaan to Alisha, she was also told about the importance of golden hour of breastfeeding and how this will be crucial for the baby and will boost his immunity.
However, Alisha didn’t take the advice seriously and got busy with the celebrations with family and her friends of kitty party.
Alisha joined her startup business within a month of her delivery and the baby was left with a full-time maid, who used to give her bottle feed.
During the first 6 months, little Ishaan fell severely ill many time due to one or another reasons. When worried Alisha contacted the doctor, the pediatrician told her that the chances of kids on bottle feed falling ill are 10 times more than, who take their mother feed.
Look carefully- there could many more Alishas around you!
Don’t we all have that feeling that we should just run away from the daily chaos of life to a calm and serene place! Little things affect us as well as our mental health on a day-to-day basis. I did find my perfect escape to a peaceful, calm and serene land. A 10-hour beautiful drive led me to a captivating location in Uttarakhand. No, it wasn’t to the usual hill stations that most of us would have visited all life long!