Etihad Airways Review

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I travelled from Los Angeles to Mumbai on Etihad Airways and thought of sharing my experience with you.

This was my first flying experience on Etihad Airways. It was a long flight so probably the best one to review!

In this video I am sharing a part of my Etihad Airways flying experience with you. My flight was from Los Angeles to Abu Dhabi and thereafter to Mumbai. And this is a video of my flight from Abu Dhabi to Mumbai. Do watch.

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Flying to and fro from America can quite a task! Long flights get the best of me and there are a few things that Etihad Airways did well to deserve this blog post.

Firstly, in spite of Economy class, there was a fair bit of leg room. A lot of other flights don’t offer this kind of  space.

Secondly, the service. Their staff is kind and responsive. You are not left waiting or unanswered.

Thirdly, their food. I can say that this is one of the best in flight meals I’ve had.

Small things make a huge difference in long flights. And I definitely feel that Etihad Airways does go out of their way to ensure that passengers have a smooth experience. For instance, they served sliced apples as a snack which I thought was very good since food ends up making one feel either too acidic or queasy on flights.

I would definitely choose to fly with Etihad Airways once again. And that is irrespective of my flight duration.

I would love to know of your flight experience with Etihad and other flights as well. So leave that in the comments below.

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Things to do in Tokyo

Tokyo Sensoji Temple
A guide to the most beautiful things to do in Tokyo.

I recently visited Tokyo, Japan and I have a video taking you through my entire trip. Click on the link below to watch.

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Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observation Deck

Tokyo View

One of the best places in the city to get a view of Tokyo. This is a free attraction and all you might have to do is wait up in a line to get to the 45th floor and enjoy the city view. And if you look carefully then you might even be able to spot Mt. Fuji.

Sensoji Temple

Tokyo Sensoji

When in Tokyo you have to visit the ancient Buddhist temples and one of them is the Sensoji Temple. This is one of the oldest temples in Tokyo and needs to be on your list. The entrance and the overall architecture of Sensoji is spectacular. And don’t miss reading your fortune here for just 100 Yen!

Another thing you can’t miss here is the 5 storeyed Pagoda.

Tokyo Pagoda

Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree

This is the tallest structure in Japan and one can only imagine the kind of view that you can get from here.

Sumida Park

Tokyo Sumida River

This is a quiet park alongside Sumida river. Here you can enjoy the greenery and also may be a cruise along the river.

Meiji Shrine

Tokyo Shrine

Tokyo Yoyogi Park

Another beautiful Buddhist temple in Tokyo, the Meiji Shrine is not to be missed. Firstly, the spectacular entrance to this temple will only make you realize how small you are! And it is surrounded by the Yoyogi park which is a beautiful forest within the city. The shrine buildings are also magnificent.

Tokyo Meiji

Shibuya Crossing

Tokyo shibuya crossing

One of the busiest crossing in the world. You need to get in the middle of this madness.

Takeshita Street

Tokyo Takeshita Street

This is one fun street – edgy fashion, cool desserts and a lot of stores! It’s crowded but definitely worth visiting.

Electronics Shopping

Tokyo Electronics

Don’t miss visiting the Electronic town of Akihabara in Tokyo. You can expect to find the latest and the best in cameras, watches, rice cookers and a lot more gadgets.


Tokyo Ginza

This is the luxury shopping district in Tokyo. Any high-end brand that ever exists will have an outlet here. But the overall vibe of this place is excellent.

Tokyo style Crepes

Tokyo crepes

When in Tokyo you need to try the crepes there and a lot of them can be found on Takeshita street itself. The come with a variety of fillings ranging from fruits to candy to chocolate and lots more.

Cheese Tarts

tokyo cheese tart

Tokyo is famous for it’s cheese cakes and cheese tarts and you need to try these. They are simply delicious!


Tokyo KitKat

Why do you need to try Kit-Kat here? Because the flavors that you’ll find here in Tokyo you might not find anywhere else in the world!

So those were the things that I insist you do when in Tokyo. I hope you found this post to be helpful and if you have any more queries then leave then in the comments below and I’ll be happy to help you out.

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Indian Meal on Korean Air – Review

Indian meal on Korean Air
Finding an Indian meal on Korean Air is indeed a good sign!

I was travelling via Korean Air from Hong Kong to Korea and although it was a short flight (slightly over 3 hours), everyone on the flight was served a meal. I was asked if I would like fish or chicken in my meal and I said neither, as I had already opted for a Hindu Vegetarian Meal while booking my flight. The crew was absolutely unaware about my request (a massive miscommunication between the booking site and Korean Air) and so I wasn’t served a meal on that flight. However, they made a note of my request and did confirm to arrange a meal on the next flight that I would be taking from Korea to Los Angeles.

So yes, finding an Indian meal on Korean Air felt really good. And I’m actually glad that the crew on the first flight decided to help me out here; this second flight from Korea to Los Angeles was almost 14 hours and there’s no way I could have made it without vegetarian food. So a big shout out to the staff of Korean Air for this.

Coming to the meal itself, I think it was one of the most non-greasy meals I’ve had on a flight. Airplane food isn’t the best tasting and is usually very oily. This meal was actually pretty good in that sense. You can watch this video of all the items I had while I was on the Korean Air Flight.

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So if you are an Indian vegetarian, and travelling by Korean Air, my advise would be to choose Hindu Vegetarian Meal while booking your flight. And also a day prior to flying just call the helpline and check if they have received your meal preference. It’s extra work, but at least it ensures you have a proper meal while flying. In terms of hospitality and service, I hold the Korean Air staff in very high regard and they honestly go out of their way to ensure you have a comfortable flight.

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Singapore Airlines Indian Breakfast Review

Singapore Airlines Indian Breakfast
While flying to Singapore, I experienced the Singapore Airlines Indian Breakfast meal and decided to film it and kind of review it for you guys.

Here’s my Singapore Airlines Indian Breakfast Review. Watch it by clicking on the video below.

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Sometime last November, I was heading from Mumbai To Singapore for a small family vacation. So on my flight from Mumbai to Singapore I enjoyed this inflight breakfast in Singapore Airlines and decided to share it with you.

While booking the ticket, you get an option to decide what kind of breakfast you want. And I believe the broad options were, Vegan, Asian and Indian.  And these options were further broken down into non-vegetarian and vegetarian. I’m a vegetarian and so I decided to play safe and stick to Indian Vegetarian breakfast.

Now I have travelled a fair bit and am definitely not the biggest fan of airplane food. I mean I can literally name a handful of flights where the meal has been worth remembering. But, Singapore Airlines definitely have one of the best airplane food that I have tasted so far. It seems pretty close to fresh and has a decent taste as well. Sometimes, airplane food seems really dry and mealy but this wasn’t the case with Singapore Airlines at all.

Here are all the items I had in my Singapore Airlines Indian Breakfast
Fresh Fruits
Watermelon, Papaya, Musk Melon, Pineapple

Mini Idlis stuffed with Cashews and Raisins



Coconut Chutney


Mixed Fruit Jam

Masala Tea

My return flight was Singapore Airlines too, but I was too tired to film and it was also a midnight flight so I just really wanted to sleep in on it! But I hope you enjoyed watching and reading about my Singapore Airlines Indian Breakfast. Do share it with your friends and family, if they are travelling via this airline.

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