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A solo trip doesn’t figure on Anita Lal’s agenda

The Good Earth owner also said that she would rather skip travel, and stay at home.

, ET Bureau|
Jan 28, 2019, 08.24 AM IST
Anita Lal, the owner of Good Earth
Anita Lal, owner of Good Earth
For many in the business of business, travel is part of the job, and it’s been no different for Anita Lal, the owner of Good Earth. But she says that nowadays, she would rather give travel a skip and stay at her most beloved place: home.

“Honestly, I love my house, my staff, my bed and my work. I don’t want to move, if you ask me the truth. I travel a lot in my imagination — I love reading, I love imagining. For me now, it’s as exciting as travelling.”

While South America is on Lal’s bucket list, she’s adamant she’s never going to do a solo trip. “I couldn’t do it! I have travelled alone for work but never for a holiday. I love company too much.”

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