Lemonicks.com is an award winning Indian Travel Blog by Nisha Jha and Vasudevan R, who write about the world.
Nisha and Vasu, are one of the top couple travel bloggers, photographers and writers from Mumbai, India.
For them travelling is nothing but a long unfinished, ever evolving, poem where each trip forms a verse. Their idea of travelling is counting number of memories and not places, and that the journey is very often as enjoyable as the destination. For them, travel is a way of life. Hence the name of the travel blog, Le Monde , the Poetic Travels.
They are and have been avid travellers even before they got together, many years back. From taking a solo train journey at the age of 13 in the time when there was no internet or mobile phone, to doing Everest Base Camp at 50+ years, these two together and separately have come a long way, experiencing various kinds of soul-enriching travels.
Be it Palestine, Siberia, Pakistan or remote corners of the Philippines…. Nisha & Vasu have travelled to more than 45 countries.
It is a matter of pride that Nisha is the first Indian Travel Blogger to be invited for any FAM trip by any country.
Then, around 13 years back, Nisha started documenting their travels of many years which resulted in their blog, called Le Monde, the Poetic Travels. Blogging itself was not much heard of in those days and she has many firsts to her credit. From that day, their travels have only increased and they have worked with many International tourism boards, airlines, and brands, etc. Their stories have been published in many top national dailies and magazines.
Subsequently Vasu joined her, after leaving a cushy corporate job, to travel together full time. He was already supporting the blog from the back end for several years. She has passionately introduced Vasu here, a fellow travel blogger.
Was it all hunky-dory? Managing travels, writing, photography and its related stuff, blogging, family commitments and all? Not at all, they say. There have been challenges always on all fronts, only the face of the challenge changes with time. And the solutions also evolve keeping that in view.
While both of them have many similar interests while traveling, there are differences and they make sure each get their own share of the pie. Where it is not possible easily, one can often see Vasu creep out of the hotel room before sunrise or after dinner, to visit that one place which was missed or has to be shot after dark. 🙂
They firmly believe that this consideration for companions, fellow travellers and also others come with extensive travelling.
Where possible, they combine travelling with volunteering which gives a greater contentment and an unforgettable experience interacting with local citizens.
They say, “We know that we cannot climb every beautiful mountain or cavort in every scenic beach or marvel at every historical site of this vast world. Interestingly that realization has made us more patient and for the last several years we have been travelling slowly spending more time in a destination and not getting anxious because somebody else has seen a Mona Lisa kind of attraction.”.
Their idea of travel is to count the memories rather than the places. 😀
The site Lemonicks.com, is a result of thoughts, anecdotes, tips, videos, news, reviews and personal experiences of an Indian couple travel bloggers and is accompanied with a lot of photographs that are captured during this sweet & sour experiences ongoing journey and is dedicated to the millions of travelers around the world.
The site has an engaged audience that is well connected in the travel world. Anything featured inside of a post is because we personally find it of value. The places, the people, and the culture, in a series of experiences that makes our journey treasured and memorable.
The easiest way to navigate through is to hover your mouse on the header and it will show you lots of content. Also, check out the sidebar for other important features.
The site is updated by us with some guest posts thrown in from time to time. If you are interested in writing here, do let us know through this contact form.
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