January 14, 2020

5 Things You Must Do In Jordan

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When me and two of my girlfriends had planned a trip to JORDAN back in 2018, everyone around us questioned our choice of destination. From concerns about 3 women travelling in an Islamic country to curiosity regarding why we chose Jordan, of all places - there were many questions directed at us. But so much was our passion for visiting Petra - an UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New 7 Wonders of the World - and our interest in exploring a country which is not a part of the run-of-the-mill bucket lists, that we ignored all questions, and went ahead with the trip. And boy, was it one of the most exciting travels of our lives or what!

Jordan, as a country, intrigued, mesmerized and impressed us beyond expectations. From the stunning landscapes and gorgeous historic sites to the great food and the amazingly warm people, Jordan wowed us at every turn!

I had brought back tonnes of pictures and content from this trip...and had planned to share them all here. But work, procrastination and lethargy got the best of me. So, here I am, writing my first post on my Jordan travel experience (hopefully more to follow) almost 2 years later. #facepalm

Nevertheless, I gave it a lot of thought and decided that, as an overview of the trip, this post has to be a highlight of some of the best experiences that country has to offer. So, here are the 5 things that are must-do when in Jordan...at least, if you ask me!


1. Petra by Night

Petra - one of the most popular tourist destinations in Jordan - is a stunning sight during the daytime. But, Petra by Night is an experience that I'll cherish forever! The 2 kms-long walk through the canyons to the Treasury, guided only by candle-light is exciting and intriguing. But, when you come across the main heritage Treasury site - a larger-than-life building cut from rock, lit up by hundreds of candles - accompanied by mesmerizing flute music being played by Bedouin nomads, it's surreal beyond words! The whole magical experience transports you back to a different world, a different era and a different time altogether! So, this is something you definitely must not miss!!
  • Petra By Night is an event that is held only on Monday, Wednesday & Thursday. So, plan your trip in such a way that you can do Petra by Night on one of these days, and then explore the old rock city properly the next day.
  • The experience starts at 8.30 pm at the Visitor's Centre, from where you have to walk around 2 kms down the Siq to the main Treasury site.
  • The fee for Petra By Night is 17 Jordanian Dinars. Most hotels/resorts will be able to provide you with the tickets for the event on payment of the said fees. 
  • The whole experience includes the magical walk through the canyon-flanked Siq, a surreal music-filled environment as you reach the Treasury and hearing Bedouins tell stories about the magical city of mysteries, in the candle-light, under the stars. You need to be back at the Visitor Centre by 10.30 pm.
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The magic of candle-lit nights

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The Treasury at Petra lit up by hundreds of candles

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Lights will guide you to the old city of Petra


2. Hike Up The Cliffs

One of the main things to do for any tourist visiting Jordan is to explore the old rock-cut city of Petra.  The same 2 km path that you walk in candle-light during the Petra By Night experience looks equally mesmerizing, but in a completely different way, during the daytime. The canyons towering high on both sides, with a cave here and a rock-cut sculpture there makes for an interesting pathway to the centre of the city. But, if you are the adventurous kind, I would recommend you to try the hiking trails through the cliffs at least once. We ended up doing a 4-hour hike, wearing maxi dresses, up the cliffs in a completely unplanned last-minute whim....and that has been one of our most cherished experiences on the trip!
We took a trail that veers left from the Siq, and our guide Ahmed expertly guided 3 girls in flowy dresses over rocks, rugged hilly terrain, rough steps carved on the cliff-sides and ups & downs that I couldn't even dream of attempting ever. But the magical place makes you do crazy things, without even realising it! After many moments of self-doubts, some apprehensions, some skepticism and many bouts of adrenaline-inducing frights; we reached the top vantage point that gives you a stunning view of the Treasury below....and everything seemed totally worthwhile! The beautiful Hellenic architecture of the buildings carved out of rosy-hued sandstone on the mountainside by Nabataean nomads all those years ago is so mesmerizing that you can't stop ogling at its grandeur!
Ahmed even made us sit on a ledge (which seems scary even now when we look at our own pictures) and climbed further up to take Instagram-worthy photos of us with a bird's eye view of the Treasury below.
The way down is even scarier as you have to clamber over rocky ledges, uneven steps, jump down the cliff-side and basically do things unadventurous souls like me rarely do....but it takes comparatively lesser time that the hike up, and before you know it, you have reached the centre of the old city with tourists crowding the front of the Treasury for the perfect selfies.

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All set to explore Petra in the daytime

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Starting the hike with swag

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Up rocky terrain and through rough cliffs

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The reward - the view of the Treasury from the top

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On hindsight, I would never sit there again in a sane state of mind

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We did it! Hiked up a cliff in flowy long dresses!

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Totally worth it!


3. Be a Jedii at Wadi Rum

A desert valley, cut into rosy sandstone rocks, Wadi Rum is home to the Zalabia Bedouins of Jordan. Thanks to the stunning landscape which is not like regular deserts, this vast expanse of sand and rocks has made an appearance in many movies, including Star Wars, Transformers and Lawrence of Arabia, among others. The red-rock desert, with its rosy expanse of barren geography, makes for an impressive sight. There are various camps strewn across the valley and ATVs or jeeps transport tourists from the visitor centre to the camp they stay at. The lack of internet and cellular service compels you to look up from your phone and embrace the beauty of the land surrounding you. The camps are fun, with open decks where you can lounge, tents upholstered in fabrics sporting traditional Jordanian weaving patterns, yummy food cooked by the Bedouins in old nomadic styles (the chicken was cooked by burying the sealed pot under the sand for 4-5 hours) and interesting company of people from all over the world brought together by the same sights. All in all, an experience you should definitely not miss.
P.S.: We thought of being our own Bollywood version and flaunted sarees in the desert!

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An artsy salute to the red rock desert

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Our campsite

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Bedouin tea being served in Facebook cups :P

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The dining tent upholstered in traditional Jordanian patterns

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Having my Bollywood moment

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Saree in a desert - ticked off the bucket list!

4. Have the Hummus at Hashem's

On our entire Jordan trip, we pretty much survived on big bowls of hummus, piles of pita bread, heaps of falafel, yummy mansaf and endless glasses of cool Limonada.
All around the country, I tasted some of the yummiest hummus I've ever had....but the best was ironically saved for the last (by destiny)! On our second last day in Jordan, we were exploring downtown Amman...and after hours of shopping & sightseeing, our guide & friend took us to Hashem's Restaurant, which is one of the most popular eateries in the capital city. We ordered a huge spread of pita bread, falafel, fries, labneh etc., but the hummus was just out-of-this-world!! It was the smoothest, silkiest, yummiest hummus I've ever eaten....and if you are in Amman even for a day, you must try the hummus at Hashem's at least once! You can thank me later.

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Unimpressive looks, but impressive food!

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Yummy lunch spread

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The yummiest hummus ever!!

5. Enjoy the Red Sea at Aqaba

Aqaba might not be on all Jordan itineraries, but it was nevertheless, one of my fav places in the country. This coastal city on the shores of the Red Sea is an important port due to its strategic location between Asia and Africa. I loved the laidback vibe of the city, and the gorgeous Red Sea coastline where you can spend hours just enjoying the crystal clear water. The beach was perfect for chilling....with clear water that you can wade in till about 200 mtrs into the sea. The water is so beautifully clear, that you can see shoals of fish, jellyfish and mussels moving around your feet fearlessly. (Though steer clear of the jellyfish as you won't want one to sting you!)
We had a great time walking down the boulevard, visiting the town center, sipping coffee with the sea breeze in our hair, eating yummy seafood at seaside restaurants and generally enjoying the cheerful vibe of the carefree crowd (we were there on a weekend, so everyone was out & about)!
This seaside town is very near to Wadi Rum and Petra, so make sure you stop by, even if for a day, on your way to either of these more famous tourist destinations.


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Enjoying the seaside sun
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Stroll in the sea


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All kinds of marine life visible clearly in the water

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In Do Not Disturb mode

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Local children playing in the clear sea water

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Yummilicious seafood platters


There are loads of exciting things to do in the wonderful country of Jordan....but these are some of the things that I would not miss if I go there for a second time, and you must not miss either whenever you plan a trip to this place!
I hope you find this post helpful while planning your Jordan trip. Do hit me up on Instagram or email me on thestyleprism@gmail.com if you have any other queries regarding traveling to this country....I'll do my best to help answer your questions!

Stay tuned as I plan to share a couple of more posts regarding my Jordan trip with you guys....hope to make an appearance more often here in this brand new year!

Love,
Anupriya




March 08, 2019

Women, In The Times Of Social Media

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What is it like, being a 'woman' in today's world?
It's definitely much better than being a woman in the era of corsets, child marriages (though that's still there in many parts of India), Sati (bride-burning).
But, is it still the best way to be, in this majorly patriarchal society?

Even today, all over the country, girls are still married off at 15; brides are burned alive for dowry; women are made to 'accept' marital rape as the normal way of being; acid is thrown at girls who refuse to give in to the lures of men around her; girls are made to help their mothers in household work, while their brothers go to school; women are told to wear "non-provocative" clothes to avoid the chance of being raped; women are warned to be back home by a certain time, if they want to be safe; women face gender discrimination even at the most progressive of workplaces; women face sexual harassment regularly - at work, in public transport, even at home; women are given deadlines for marriages and baby-making; women are judged, trolled & controlled - by parents, by husbands, by in-laws, by nosy aunties, basically by the whole world & its neighbors.

And then, there is social media.
This modern-day virtual world has given women a platform to be themselves; to talk about their issues, their insecurities; to be unapologetically who they want to be.
But, this very social mechanism also ends up controlling today's women in various ways - from dictating their lifestyle, to making them blindly follow whatever's #trending, to making them mere puppets in the whole system.






Women on social media today are busy chasing numbers, curated dreams and unrealistic goals. They are playing with the toys they are handed under the pretext of 'trends', instead of fully making use of their own skills & talent. The unrealistic, highly-curated feeds and picture-perfect posts women are scrolling through, from morning to night, are making them less appreciative of their own mundane, albeit "real" surroundings & lives. All that over-saturated, seemingly-perfect content is fast leading women towards depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, body image issues, stress and a hell lot of other mental health problems. 

Today's women, who might appear high-flying, successful, perfect with an enviable lifestyle on social media, might just be under severe depression, competitive stress, peer pressure, health issues in real life. That's the sad reality of social media - it is NOT what it seems. 






Very few women, in today's social-media-dominated world, is carefree enough to share their real lives with others - the messy bedrooms, the mundane house chores, the piled-up paperwork, the imperfect bodies, the illnesses, the everyday hassles of life. And even if someone takes the brave step to do that, they are, more often than not, trolled & judged. 

Just as society has rules that it dictates for women, social media also seems to have certain standards of perfection expected of the fairer sex. As we are striving towards a gender equal world, we still haven't been able to get rid of the strings that are pulled by these social structures to make sure we live our lives in a certain men-approved way. 





So, this International Women's Day, let's take a pledge to do our bit (however little) towards breaking these shackles of societal norms. Put up that picture of your messy work desk, unglamorous work trips, your under-eye bags, your love handles, without the fear of being judged. Stop following #trends blindly and wear what's comfortable, for a change. Go out with hairy legs if you are feeling too lazy to shave. Let's cease to be a puppet in the hands of patriarchy and patriarchal systems anymore! Let's show the world the life that the "real" you live! And be proud of it!!

And of course, whether on social media or off it, let's celebrate all kinds of women - all day, every day!!!


P.S.: This conceptual photo-shoot (done last year #facepalm) was ideated by me & another amazing woman whom I met on social media (it has its pros too, you know). Prapti is a photographer, traveler and activist for social & ecological causes (she does her bit, in her own inspiring ways) who has shot this series in just the way I wanted.
Here's to more such amazing collaborations with more such amazing women who might be able to change the world, one small step at a time. 


Love,
Anupriya



December 23, 2018

Udupi - A Fun Weekend Destination

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Udupi, a small sea-side town in Mangalore district of Karnataka, is not generally a part of most travel bucket lists or even weekend getaway lists. Most people don't even know the existence of this beach destination, and those who know the name, associate it with the South-Indian temple town and with Dosa and Idli-Vada.
Yes, Udupi is indeed famous, at least among South-Indians, for an old & much-revered Krishna temple that draws devotees form near and far. But, the stunning beaches that lie a few kilometres away from the main town of Udupi are the real hidden gems of this treasure trove!

When me and my husband were searching for weekend getaway places from Bangalore some months back, we chanced upon Malpe as a destination. And since I'm a sucker for beaches, I totally wanted to check the place out.
Bangalore to Udupi is an overnight journey - either by bus or by train. We have taken both ways of transport (the two times we have gone to Udupi) and both are equally easy & comfortable options, if you ask me. If you are planning your trip 3-4 months in advance, you can definitely book train tickets, while impromptu plans will mean you'll have to take the bus. But the AC Sleeper buses that ply from Bangalore to Udupi are extremely convenient - you get up, go to sleep and wake up at Udupi the next morning!
Malpe beach is about 6 kms from the main town of Udupi (you have to take a car or auto rickshaw from the train station or bus depot), and there are only a handful of lodging options near this beach, Paradise Isle Beach Resort being the best option that you'll get. We've stayed there two times, and we've found it to be quite nice. The best part is that it's right on the pristine sandy beach and you just have to literally cross the road to go to the sea!

Malpe Beach


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Malpe Beach

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Paradise Isle Beach Resort

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Malpe Beach

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Sunset at Malpe Beach

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Water Sports at Malpe Beach

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In DND mode

Since Malpe is not known by most tourists, you'll majorly find only local people there. As a result, the beach is clean, well-maintained and the ocean is very accessible. The white sand beach is absolutely safe for bathing in the sea, and the best times to hit the beach are early morning (till around 9 am, after which the sun starts getting stronger) or late afternoon (after 4 pm, till sunset). Surprisingly, you can also indulge in water sports like water scooter, banana boat and even parasailing at Malpe! The beach-front boasts of a host of food stalls, and the evenings are best spent walking down the stretch, binge-eating chaats, kulfis, ice-creams, sandwiches, milkshakes and such. You can even try the fresh sea-fish they fry with spices and serve hot to all who have a taste for them. (I generally avoid fish outside home, coz of hygienic issues)


St. Mary's Island


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Apart from the Malpe beach, the main attraction of the place is the visit to the little-known St. Mary's Island, which lies about half-an-hour's boat ride away from the mainland. You have options of availing either Government boats for the trip, or private-run boats, which charge 400/- per person for a both way journey. The boats will drop you at the island, and you can spend as much time as you like there, and catch any one of the returning boats (you just have to show them the ticket, so that they know which boat provider you have bought tickets from). The boat rides start at 8 am in the morning and the last boat leaves the island at around 5 pm, but the best time to make the visit would be in the morning, before 11 am or so, as you would want to avoid the scorching afternoon sun.
St. Mary's Island is, undoubtedly, one of the prettiest beaches existing in India. The gorgeous turquoise waters, the pristine white-sand beaches, the rocky coastline and the lush green inland area makes it a sight to behold! The stark difference between the color of the sea at the Malpe Beach and that at the island will baffle you no end - you possibly can't believe that only a few hundred meters can make such a huge difference in the color of the ocean! The water & beach at St. Mary's Island reminded me of the Thailand beaches, and trust me, you won't be able to differentiate between the two if I showed you pictures from both these places.
If you love collecting sea shells (which is not something you get to do at all beaches), then St. Mary's Island will prove to be a heaven. The beach is strewn with shells of all kinds of shapes, sizes and colors...and you can spend hours just finding unique and interesting shells all over the island!


Local Food


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Handpainted walls at Kulluga Toddy Cafe

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Rustic seating areas at Kulluga Toddy Cafe

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Toddy - alcoholic drink made from coconut palm

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Kori Roti & Chicken


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Chicken Sukka

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Prawn Ghee Roast

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Though there are restaurants in and around the resort that serve all kinds of cuisines, our favorite haunt in Malpe was the Kulluga Toddy Cafe, which was a few meters walk from the main beach area. This quaint outdoor cafe serves authentic Mangalorean food and homemade Toddy (an alcoholic beverage created from the sap of coconut palms). The Kori Roti and Chicken are yummy and totally must-try! So is the Prawghee which is the Prawn Ghee Roast - another Mangalorean specialty. You must also try Chicken Sukka with Neer Dosa....trust us, you won't want to have any of the North-Indian fare at the other restaurants after this.
With handpainted walls, shady palm trees all around, and rustic seating arrangements, this simple cafe is great for chilling and having a long, lazy lunch. Just sit back with a glass of Toddy and relax while they serve you delicious local food!


Other Beaches


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Kapu Beach

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Kodi Beach

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The backwaters somewhere on the way

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A Krishna temple on the way to Kapu Beach

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Gorgeous woodwork ceiling of the temple

Apart from Malpe, the region also boasts of a few more serene beaches - Kapu Beach and Kodi Beach being a couple of the others that we had visited one morning. You get autos from Malpe beach which can take you to these other beaches. It's  better to book the auto and make a round trip in it, as you might got get transport so easily while coming back from those places (they are not as popular as Malpe beach, where most of the crowd generally comes). The drive to these beaches are also pretty in themselves, with winding roads through local villages and lush greenery all around! There are also a couple of traditional temples on the way which you can stop at and check out if you like the tranquil peace of such religious places.


Udupi Town


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We generally stop for a few hours in Udupi Town on the way back. (If our bus or train is at night, we come to town in the morning and spend the day there) The few of the must-do things in Udupi town are:

  • Sri Krishna Matha
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    Sri Krishna Matha temple

    The Krishna temple in Udupi town is a famous religious place dedicated to Lord Krishna and Dvaita Matha. It attracts pious devotees from all around India, and is a must-visit if you are in the town for even a day. If for nothing else, then for the beautiful woodwork inside the temple premises and the gorgeous display of lit earthen lamps in the evening.
  • Ratha Beedi Market

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    A visit to the Krishna Temple is all the more unmissable, because of the amazing local market that sets up around the temple complex. From aromatic spices and locally-made utensils to beautiful wood-carved products and traditional textiles, this market caters to all kinds of needs. With a melange of temporary stalls as well as permanent shops, the Ratha Beedi market is a sensory explosion of buzzing sights and sounds that you can spend hours exploring.
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    Chole Bhature at Hotel Diana
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    Gadbad sundae at Hotel Diana

    If you are anywhere in Mangalore district and you haven't tried their famous dessert Gadbad, then you are definitely missing out! Gadbad is an ice-cream sundae that is a specialty of Mangalore region and the best place to taste it in Udupi Town is Hotel Diana. The restaurant at Hotel Diana serves up all kinds of yummy food (so it's a great place for lunch or dinner) - I can totally recommend their Pav Bhaji, Chole Bhature, Dahi Vada and Dosa from experience. But, the highlight of the meal would be the amazing sundae - Gadbad - which is basically a combination of kesar pista, strawberry, vanilla ice-cream along with jelly, dry fruits and fresh fruits, served in a tall glass! Don't miss it for anything in the world!

Udupi is also accessible from other parts of the country just as easily. You can come to Mangalore by flight and take a car to Udupi or Malpe beach. You can also take trains to Udupi and then go to Malpe by car. This place is a great option for long weekend getaways - you can easily spend 2-3 days here for a relaxed, laid-back trip. You can even stay at some of the other beaches in the region - like Kundapur and Kodi - as most of the beaches in that coastline are little-known and hence, less crowded. 
If you have any more queries regarding travel to Udupi, then hit me up in the comments, DM me on Instagram or e-mail me on thestyleprism@gmail.com ....I would always be more than happy to help!


P.S.: It feels surreal, but so, so exciting to be back to the blog after a hiatus of 7 months! #facepalm
Hope you like this post (since a lot of my social media readers had requested for this topic during my last trip to Udupi)...share it and spread the word if you find it useful. Thanks!


Love,
Anupriya

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