Havasu Falls, a dreamy name, a dreamy place. “It is next to impossible to secure tickets, but I will try.” said Jessica, my partner in adventure, scrolling through the pictures of the seductive pure turquoise-painted waterfalls. It was surreal and to not see it now that I knew of it, would be my loss at … Continue reading Havasu Falls, The Hidden Treasure of Planet
The breeze that knows not how to grow weary after a stormy winter startled me this spring day. Cherry Blossom and Kite festival In D.C., a delightful annual event to volunteer in, where echos of nature drove playfulness in people that came from all over the world, to be made one. The winds were in our … Continue reading CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL – WASHINGTON D.C.
On Sunday, 5th of March, I had the opportunity of seeing the 39th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Winter Park, which is the only one of it's kind in Central Florida. A delight to the eyes of locals and foreigners, a total of 75 organizations/units participated. The only difference that make the whole experience unique, was … Continue reading 39th SAINT PATRICK’S DAY PARADE – WINTERPARK, FL
Arushi Sachan, Feb 2017 After walking on the streets of New York for hours in a row last thanksgiving, I went to Starbucks to take a little break and enjoy my green tea latte, as I stared outside the glass window at how people passed- they came and went, just like the season itself, and I … Continue reading Advantages of Traveling Solo
Arushi Sachan, February 2017 Being a third culture kid born and bought up in the city blooming with internationalism- Dubai, I've never really 'belonged' to any specific country; I considered the world as my home. Fortunately, so did my parents; they let me spread my wings and fly beyond horizons. Ever since I could remember, I would … Continue reading Top 4 Struggles of an International Student in The US