If you like being fussed over in a 200 year old rustic yet chic, riverside hideaway, miles from anywhere, you have to drive over to Newbridge-on-Usk. We arrived here this afternoon and were enchanted by the tiny hamlet located in the village of Tredunnock, in Monmouthshire, south east Wales, in the United Kingdom.
Last Saturday, Laveena and I, along with my parents Razia and Munna, boarded a magic-carpet and glided into the enchanting world of Maffy’s, a quaint little Pan-Arabian restaurant located just steps away from the magnificent Taj Mahal Palace hotel in Mumbai.
In the midst of a dense jungle, along the foothills of the Western Ghats, there lies a military-styled luxury camp, where retired Indian army Generals and Colonels, and their team of brave and fearless men in uniform, share their years of training in counter terrorism, armed combat and survival skills, with guests who have checked into DATA ( Della Adventure Training Academy).
In February this year Laveena and I checked in at a luxury tented camp located in pristine wilderness, in India’s magnificent Thar desert in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. Representing the very best in Indian hospitality, The Serai by Sujan luxury, impressed us both from the moment we arrived, effortlessly standing out as one of India’s finest luxury hotel resorts and helping re-affirm the word ‘incredible’, in Incredible India.
March is already here! The Colour of this month is Saffron and we have so much going on at the resorts: A sushi master, Michelin dining, a world renowned therapist, an athlete and many more are in store.