The Lime Diaries: Tales Of The Wanderer

The last decade has been all about how Indians have fallen in love with travelling. No wonder then 100% of Floh members love to hit the road. To keep the journey exciting Floh and Byond Travel bring to you an evening of sharing travel stories ranging from a road trip to the outskirts of your

Notes From A First Time Solo Indian Female Traveller

This is a blog post by Floh member Soumya. This post appeared originally on her own blog. To learn more about Floh, visit us at www.floh.in (a network that connects singles in real life) So how was it like traveling solo for the first time? Did I like it? Will I do it again? These

Good Things Come To Those Who Wait!

At 29, I was a strong, young and independent woman like many others working their way up the career ladder. This also meant that I had no time to think about the concept of ‘settling down’. Usually in an Indian family living in Malaysia like mine, the parents would be looking out for a suitable

Why Floh Works For Me

This is a blog post by Floh member Sapna. Learn more at www.floh.in (a network that connects singles in real life) Moving back to India after 7 years abroad and not knowing too many people in Delhi, I was looking to make meaningful connections as much as I was a life partner. A random search

Raw and Pure

This is a blog post by Floh member, Keerthi. Learn more at www.floh.in (a network that connects singles in real life) ‘The grass is always greener on the other side’. If this is true, then the Himalayas certainly exist on the ‘other side’! And it’s not just the green, but the bright Red Rhododendrons, sparkling