Food & lifestyle

  When it comes to food while travelling, we all relish them as we delicately slip them into our mouth. We appreciate it, and may be identify it the next time we see them in a menu in a restaurant. Then there is food that is not only tasty at that point in time and…

The Aurora Burealis

Watching Northern lights are like labour pain. A mesmerising sight which when caught, all the biting cold, sleeplessness and challenging weather is long forgotten. Not everyone gets a chance to witness this charisma, it’s one of those things that people dream to see in a lifetime, and I’m so glad we did. I still remember…

Coastal walks of Pembrokeshire

Coasts are one of the things that I would absolutely love going back to in the UK- be it Cornish or Welsh. There aren’t a lot of activities that rejuvenates you like a coastal walk does. Unlike the normal walks, coastal walks give you several vantage points at every level, of course with breath-taking views….

The Venezian way

Venice has fascinated me, from so long- as far as I can remember. It was in one of those Johny Depp’s movies- The Tourist that I had seen Venice more closely. Although I don’t recollect a bit from the movie (other than how gorgeous Angelina looked in that claret red lipstick of hers, and of…

Santorini

An artist who painted a city in his favourite colour- that is Santorini. It’s a living example of how simple can be stylish, that white could be so elegant a colour. Santorini is a perfect marriage of tranquillity, luxury & warmth. A small island, but with numerous lovely viewpoints, Santorini is a little heaven. It…

The Swiss episode

Being the very first point of halt at Swiss, Grindelwald had high expectations set, but trust me it only exceeded my expectations. Although the village centre was a slightly touristy, the drive to our cottage/part of the cottage was very entertaining as much as its magnificent views. The entertainment bit was from the landlady who…