I am not a gadget friendly person but there are some gadgets that I cannot live without in my travels. Like my bulky DSLR which is part of my luggage on every travel of mine. I always wonder if only it could shrink in size but give the same picture clarity and features so that it would be compact and easy to carry.
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When I received an invitation from the well known Baap of all Apps Askme.com for a Foodies Meetup I thought why not try out the array of dishes at The Feast a multi-cuisine restaurant in Le Meridien, Pune. The agenda of the program was an introduction to the askme.com app and a session on Food Photography by Harminder. There was a huge variety of dishes in all courses for an epicurean. Writing 10 restaurant reviews for Askme.com would result in a free meal voucher for two. Also referring foodies…
My trip to Hyderabad in January’15 was more like an impromptu decision one that was decided couple of days before the travel. This one was with hubby dear and my first travel for the year 2015. I normally prefer staying with the locals but in Hyderabad I couldn’t find in a short period any homestays that would interest me. So I decided to splurge a bit and went ahead with a high end hotel Marigold by Green Park at Begumpet.
It had been a long journey from Pune to Chikmagalur, but one that I had enjoyed completely. Didn’t someone rightly say, It is the journey that matters more than the destination. (Read – Verdant Shimoga and Sringeri) As I entered the town of Chikmagalur a hoarding stating Welcome to the land of Coffee greeted me. Chikmagalur meaning Younger daughter’s town in Kannada language is famous for its coffee plantations, betel nut trees, paddy fields. It is told that the chieftain gifted this land to his younger daughter hence the…
This post is a part of the ‘Shave or Crave’ movement in association with BlogAdda.com It was the first day of the New Year and I was busy preparing the breakfast when the doorbell rang. I opened the door to find someone standing tall with cheeks that looked like a honey comb. On closer inspection I recognized him to be our neighbor Amol who had managed to grow a moss of hair that was beyond the stubble stage.
Title: It’s all the same Author: Nina Sabnani ISBN: 93-5046-167-6 Publisher: Tulika Books Age: 5+ years Source: Publisher Well here I am back from a brief hiatus thanks to Aneesha and the Tulika team for waking me from my slumber.