You like everything quick, don’t you? High-five, we do too! Presenting to you daily one-minute videos & articles on all things nice. At Curly Tales, we love to fly high, dive deep, roam around, and gorge on the most delicious food. Call us digital nomads or the bible for a good life.
From new launches within the city to unexplored destinations, unique experiences to daring adventures, our obsession with travel, lifestyle, luxury, adventure, and, of course, food knows no bounds. But our content is time bound. You like news in 60 words, we like videos in 60 seconds.
From Being A Financial Markets Anchor to A Travel Vlogger
So how does a former TV Anchor with an established business news channel decide to quit her job and start documenting her travels and adventures instead? It wasn’t simple and I can tell you that but here I am today, loving everything I do and living the life I’d dreamed of. Be it ballooning over Melbourne or diving underwater in Maldives, snorkelling at Bali or bungee jumping in South Africa, and solo traveling in Ireland or dining under the stars at Jaiselmer. Weirdly enough I credit my wanderlust to being an anchor.
I spent 10 years of my life talking about the stock markets, crunching numbers and asking questions about the economy of the country. Though, in my mind, I wanted to be someplace else doing something else.
The first time I travelled for work was to Malaysia to cover the Grand Prix race at Sepang Circuit. A colleague fell sick and I was asked to fill in. I was in the company of many eminent Travel & Auto Journalists who looked quite comfortable in their skin. I couldn’t believe traveling could be a full-time profession. I got back from my trip filled with new resolve and a desire to explore that burned stronger than ever.
I started my work life as a Feature Writer for CNBC TV18’s internet arm. I was then hired to be an Assistant Producer at Bloomberg TV. When I left the job, I was a Luxury correspondent/Anchor of the show called Life & Style. I was then hired as a Financial Markets Anchor at ET NOW and somehow the life found its way for me to be a Travel Anchor for the show Weekend Mantra, Great Getaways and Weekend Retreats in the same network. (The Universe is always listening!)
I am glad to having built a community of about 2.5 lakh followers on social media who probably have similar aspirations or tastes like mine. They have many questions to ask and recommendations to seek and I am happy to answer them all.
Travel at Curly Tales isn’t about striking off places on a checklist, it’s about making memories and cherishing them – memories of people that touched our heart, of the unique tastes we acquired, of the adventures and misadventures we faced!
Through my tales and 1-minute videos, I hope to inspire you to live a life you love and settle for nothing less than extraordinary. I am now on the road nine months of the year and have a four-member team helping run this site.
Curly Tales Philosophy
Travel at Curly Tales isn’t about striking off places on a checklist, it’s about making memories and cherishing them – memories of people that touched our heart, of the unique tastes we acquired, of the adventures and misadventures we faced! We choose experiences over possessions, journeys over destinations and people over places.
We are social butterflies easily spotted at restaurants that are yet to be launched or food festivals that are yet to announced. We are always looking for places where you should be seen at.
Thank god, money can actually buy you happiness. We inspire you to pamper yourself with indulgences or get rugged with adventure sports. We also cover fashion, gifting and unique experiences.
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