About

My name is Garima and I have been travelling since I first opened my eyes! I was born in Ajmer, a beautiful city in Rajasthan, India surrounded by the Aravalli Mountains. After my birth, I flew to Calcutta (now Kolkata) where I lived with my grandparents, parents and my father’s siblings and there families. When I was 1 my parents moved to Delhi and I lived there most of my life until 3 years ago when I married my prince Charming and moved to Canada.

I inherited the zest for travelling from my father, who’s an ardent traveller himself. Growing up I travelled across big cities, small towns, religious places and villages in India. In my teens, I travelled to U.A.E and Thailand with my parents. After completing my graduation, I decided to feed my wanderlust and took up design courses in Europe and U.K, so I can explore the world and see what life has to offer. Travelling through Europe alone is one of my favorite memories as it taught me to be self-reliant and gave me the undying confidence to succeed in life and pursue my dreams and goals.

Fun Facts about me:

When I told my parents I am going to study abroad, I just really wanted a vacation alone! (Mom, Dad I love you so much)

My favorite place in this world is Psarrou beach where I reached accidentally while looking for another beach in Mykonos.

I saw Rome completely on foot in 6 hours. I walked everywhere!

I love the Waffles on Oxford Street and Brussels of course.

I have graduated in Interior Design and have designed few spaces like restaurants, nightclubs, residences etc.

I am a Handbag Designer currently.

I Speak Hindi, English and understand a little bit of French.

I love photography and Dancing.

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