1 month agoby rathinasankariThe southern coast of New South Wales had beauty in every corner. This image was taken at The Wharf in the quaint Tathra village. The wharf is a perfect place to sit back, relax and watch the endless ocean.
Read more about it in my article published in New Indian Express - Indulge
1 month agoby rathinasankariOn sunny days The Wharf in Tathra sees many tourists and locals trying their luck in fishing. I spent a good couple of hours here taking pictures, dialing in the sun and drinking coffee ☕ at the Wharf Lacavore with some great cakes Read more about it in my article for Indulge - The New Indian Express
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1 month agoby rathinasankariOoh this place is just amazing the food, the views, ambience.
Located besides the waterfront it dishes out some amazing food. The ones under the healthy category are no less compromised on taste. I had my breakfast here of mashed avocado on toasted ciabatta with quiona, scrambled eggs and coffee ☕
The locals too enjoy their breakfast here and the place is always brimming with life.
Read more about my road trip across New South Wales in my article for Indulge New Indian Express. Link in bio.
1 month agoby rathinasankariGrenadier, Marlin, Oysters ....you name the sea food and you are offered the best fish and chips at Bateman's Bay. Enjoy your lunch in the company of pelicans as they fly past you.
My article for Indulge New Indian Express. will give you an insight into the road trip itinerary across New South Wales. Link in bio
4 weeks agoby rathinasankariBermagui harbour deserves a stopover for tasting the artisan gelato at Bermagui Gelato Clinic
Read more about a road trip in NSW in my article for Indulge New Indian Express.
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3 weeks agoby rathinasankariCuppit is home to a winery restaurant and fromagerie. Rosie has been producing some great cheese and wine after having trained with world renowned cheese maker Ivan Larcher. The Blue cheese, brie, bouche are not be missed when in Cuppit.
3 weeks agoby rathinasankariI had visited Goa couple of times but didn't know about Azulejo until I visited Macau. Last month when I walked around Old Panjim with @missfrangipani I noticed in it's bylanes these handmade tiles that are Portuguese remnants
7 days agoby rathinasankariAny idea where am I? City lined by Tagus River and Atlantic Ocean....scroll to the last image for the answer. I'm currently trying to get over jet lag. Hopefully tomorrow would be a better day
4 days agoby rathinasankariA time well spent with Tiago Correia at @adegamayor harvesting grapes, tasting wine and learning its intricacies
3 days agoby rathinasankariWhile the nights in Portugal have turned chilly the days are still warm. What better way to ward off the heat than the sangria. Sun kissed Hues with slices of apple oranges cinnamon sticks, mint in white wine . Spain or Portugal its home to the chilling, refreshing sangria ....Care to join?