India luxury travel to is truly underrated. In this vlog I’m exploring an luxury hotel chain called ITC. The ITC Gardenia hotel in Bangalore is one of the most beautiful luxury hotels in the city.
Especially as a foreigner it’s good to know India is not just a budget destination. You can find anything here as a foreigner tourist. It’s such a shame not to explore India luxury travel for a holiday.
I hope this video helps foreigner tourists when traveling India and inspires to include a luxury getaway, next to other adventures.
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Q Where are you from?
A I am born in former Yugoslavia. Mom is Serbian, Dad is Bosnian. During the ’90’s war we came to the Netherlands and I got Dutch nationality. I’ve lived in Amsterdam for 8 years but lost my heart to India. Since 2018 I’m based in Bangalore. See this video for my refugee story:
Q How can you afford to travel so much?
A I saved for 3 years while working full time and now travel vlogging is my job. I work together with tourism agencies but also do some freelance work on the side. You can watch this video: and this one: to learn more about my story.
Q What camera do you film with and what editing software do you use?
A Canon G7X Mark II and Final Cut Pro X
Q (Why) Are you vegetarian?
A I’m vegetarian but not strict. I don’t eat any meat, fish, cooked/boiled or fried eggs. I gradually became a vegetarian over the course of 15 years because I disliked the taste of meat more and more. After doing a yoga teacher training in 2015 I also quit fish and the eggs. No matter my food preferences I have no issues with other people not being vegetarian. I don’t judge others and kind of expect the same favor from others concerning my own food preferences. It makes for a more friendly world 🙂
Q Why do you usually travel alone?
A Because my friends have jobs with limited holidays, kids and partners. Also I really like exploring on my own.
Q Why do you love India so much?
A Watch this video: and this one:
Q How do you work together with brands?
A Watch this video with the complete and honest truth about travel vlogging: