Travel Realizations

Celebrating Experiences

Category: Reviews Page 1 of 2

Derma E Vitamin C Collection Review

The entire Derma E Vitamin C Collection has worked wonders for me. I have been using Derma-E Vitamin C products for almost a month now and my face is glowing like the crisp autumn sun. They have added an extra sparkle to my face. My skin has become smoother, softer and supple. In short, my skin is breathing and it feels wonderful. I being a travel blogger, outdoors are omnipresent in my daily routine. I get very less time to opt for an elaborate daily skin care routine. So I was in search for products which use natural ingredients and are cruelty free. When I heard about Derma E, which follows the principle of eco-ethical skin care, I started trying their products. From a young age, I have always included vitamin C not only in my diet but also in my skin care. The Derma-E Vitamin C collection is like a dream come true; a modern twist to age old products that have suited my skin well. Their products are like poetry in bottle; soothing, relaxing and add a glow from within. I have decided to share my skin care routine and the products that I use with you all and I hope my reviews will help you all to decide the best for you.

Be good to your skin. You will wear it every day for the rest of your life.

Renee

Read More

A delicious evening at Fiddle River restaurant in Jasper!

The wonder of the wilderness and the respite of remoteness which we saw and felt at the Spirit Island in Maligne Lake literally made us less conscious of hunger and thirst. We simply forgot to take our lunch that day. When it was afternoon and we were preparing to return, we realized we need to eat something. But to our astonishment, all the restaurants were closing. So without wasting any more time, we decided to drive to Fiddle River restaurant in Jasper. And you know what, it was our best decision. A beautiful day ended with a winner dinner!

Address: 620 Connaught Drive (Upstairs), Jasper, Alberta, Canada  T0E 1E0 Website: Fiddle River Restaurant Timings: 5 pm – 9:30 pm

A beautiful day ended with a winner dinner! #Travel #Food #ExploreCanada #Jasper Click To Tweet

Read More

Canadian Rockies from Banff Gondola!

Notification alert 🔔: Real-world has a secret magnet to attract our mind and soul and is more powerful than any virtual world’s algorithm that optimizes to gain our partial attention. After a week-long trip to the Canadian Rockies, I realize this truth now, even more, as I am re-entering into the world of social media by virtue of my profession. Although I am back, my heart is still reminiscing the views of the Rockies while riding up the Banff Gondola. It was akin to floating amidst beauty. The music of the guitar played by a musician at the top of the mountain that evening during the sunset festival is still surpassing the sound of my keyboard. I feel I am still listening to it live. The resplendent Rockies at the time of the sunset made my eyes content to its brim. Now, when I am writing these lines in my diary, my mind’s eye is still marveling at the scene of the setting sun over the Canadian Rockies.

Read More

A cruise on Lake Minnewanka in Banff, Canada!

The night was starry, and the moon was half crescent. I cuddled up beside the bedside window inside a wooden chalet to witness the night’s grandeur. But slowly, the starry sky lulled me into sleep. Next day, when the night departed, and the sun made its grand entry, I woke up and witnessed a magical morning slowly unfolding. The Canadian Rockies afar were shining in a silvery glow. The dewdrop on a green leaf was reflecting the morning glory. And I was slowly sipping in the cup of hot coffee. The spark of aliveness everywhere ignited the romantic traveler in me, and I decided to go on a cruise on Lake Minnewanka, in Banff, Canada by Pursuit.

Read More

Chronicles of Canadian Rockies – Banff and Jasper!

Every day at night I pull my blanket up to my forehead to cut off all possible lights coming from the modern world and crest towards dreams. During my trip to the Canadian Rockies, I didn’t pull my blanket at night because the internet and appliance rich modern world took a backseat, and a dream-like reality, set in an idyllic location, encompassed my whole existence. Soothing sounds of water from the rivers and waterfalls, smells of berries and flowers, and scenes of refreshing greenery all around rendered my days delightful. Every time I saw the beautiful birds in different colors flying cheerfully from spruce to pine and resting on a pebble in a tumbling mountain stream, I felt an urge to relinquish the lure of a comfortable modern life and embrace wilderness for the rest of my life. While I am still on my zigzag way, pursuing the diagonal between reason and heart, let me present you with chronicles of the Canadian Rockies as I witnessed them in the beautiful Banff and joyous Jasper National Parks in Canada!

Read More

A musical evening with San Francisco Symphony!

In today’s era when technology refutes geographical distance, music helps me to cross the distance within. Music connects me to my inner self. I love spending my evenings sometimes filled with music; only music. It is to me is a tremendous mysterious element, a force of nature that I have to bow before. Recently, I got an opportunity to spend a musical evening with the San Francisco Symphony. I listened to Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto and Berlioz’s Symphonie fantastique at the Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco and went through layers of emotions within. Remembering a beautiful quote by Charles Darwin,

If I had my life to live over again, I would have made a rule to read some poetry and listen to some music at least once a week; for perhaps the parts of my brain now atrophied would have thus been kept active through use. The loss of these tastes is a loss of happiness, and may possibly be injurious to the intellect, and more probably to the moral character, by enfeebling the emotional part of our nature.

Read More

Pop Art of Andy Warhol at SFMOMA

In this social media and digital era, our minds are increasingly getting saturated with images and videos in different forms. Manipulation, reproduction, and distribution of images and videos can be done within seconds using powerful software that is accessible to all. From my understanding, these have manyfold results. People have the power to express and distribute their work like never before. But, the lack of uniqueness and originality leads to relentless production in order to remain in the top of people’s minds. This overproduction leads to saturation and nothing really registers in the mind of the viewers, good or bad. In other words, the shelf life of such images or artworks has decreased significantly. I being a blogger, who extensively uses various mediums to tell a story, always try to find the subtle balance between art and its commercial and mass appeal, a difficult task in this world of excess. When I heard about the exhibition on the effervescent pop art of Andy Warhol at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art or SFMOMA, I turned to the pop art maestro for inspiration and motivation to keep on creating.

Read More

Upgrade your travel with Upgraded Points!

Traveling is an important aspect of life because it lets us not only know but
also lets us experience the unknown. In our short lives, if there is one thing that takes us beyond the horizon of our age, reality and the realm of mundane routines of life, then that is travel. That being said, another important thing that comes with travel is the expense! A practical approach and a few wise steps can definitely help us to plan our travels better and let us travel stress-free. Today I will share a secret with you. I will share about an extremely resourceful website called Upgraded Points that I read and apply their strategies to plan my travel expenses. So read on and let me
help you upgrade your travel with Upgraded Points!

Read More

Page 1 of 2

Powered by WordPress & Theme by Anders Norén. Read our Privacy Policy and Affiliate Disclosure Policy.

error: Content is protected !!
Subscribe to Travel Realizations

Enter your email and be the first to get notified when I post an article.

Subscribe!