I’ve been known to say the wrong thing at the wrong time on numerous of occasions and this foot-in-mouth condition is typical of us Sagittarians, but the title of this post – Quick(y) and Bathroom too close to one another for comfort – is the one time I […]
Ticker Eats The World
A proud Sagittarius having varied interests which keep changing from time to time. Travel, Food, Films, Books, Music, and Photography are some which have stayed with me over the years and I enjoy partaking in them, in one form or another, even now. Although, my kids take up most of my time, it has been fun watching them grow and develop interests of their own, some of which thankfully coincide with mine.
Imagine cutting through the Swiss landscape, winding through the valley, twirling down the Alps, chugging around bends and through tunnels where every corner and every turn is right in front of your eyes, promising to be exceptional. While visiting Switzerland over this past summer, with the family, I […]
Almost hidden behind a wall of green, emulating the colours of the lake that it neighbours, Le Marina dots the scenic and serene walkway that runs alongside Lac Léman in Vevey. Its location is quite iconic, by association. As you walk towards it from the centre of the […]
It felt good to finally sit down. Zermatt was having the perfect day. Not a cloud in sight, the sun had been shining for the most part. Walking on Bahnhofstrasse, my daughter and I were famished as it was well past lunch hour and we had managed to […]
Corbett National Park, named after the famed conservationist Jim Corbett, is one of India’s premier wildlife sanctuaries. It’s proximity to the capital, New Delhi, makes it one of the most desired weekend trips amongst the locals. Roughly a 4-hour drive (240 Kms) takes you into the heart of […]
The first time I heard about Burma Burma was when I was researching on places to eat in Mumbai. While I never made it to Mumbai, a year later they opened up in my neighbourhood at the ever expanding CyberHub complex in Gurugram. Serving only vegetarian Burmese food […]
Yahoo! Celebration Yahoo! This is your celebration Celebrate good times, come on! (Let’s celebrate) Celebrate good times, come on! (Let’s celebrate) There’s a party goin’ on right here A celebration to last throughout the years So bring your good times, and your laughter too We gonna celebrate […]
Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar, or LMB as it is popular known, in the heart of Jaipur, is a place where time has stood still for decades, and yet it remains one of the most iconic and cherished placed to eat in the pink city.
Having been a traveler my entire life (I started around age 2) and having written about my adventures (not my entire life), I am always curious to know the viewpoint of others about my home country, India. While it has been the go-to destination for a good couple of […]
Spending time in a foreign location, living with locals, exploring the region in a somewhat slow pace has many benefits. One of these advantages is getting to explore and understand the lives that the people of the region live. It is a fantastic experience when among all the […]
Super Size Me is a documentary that works both as a cautionary tale against eating too much “junk” food and simultaneously provides the perfect form of infotainment (Information + Entertainment) to keep the audiences interested. Morgan Spurlock whose The Greatest Movie Ever Sold was also reviewed by me, […]
Situated by the side of the Bristol Channel, some 30 Kms from Bristol, and a two-hour drive from Birmingham is the seaside resort town of Weston-super-Mare. Popular with all ages due to a long sandy beach, a promenade that comes with multiple attractions, and owing to easy connectivity […]
There’s a lot more to Switzerland than just natural beauty. Lakes, snow-capped mountains, winding rivers, and scenic train journeys have long enchanted visitors to the country. But it is the distinctiveness of the food and drinks available, that further highlight the uniqueness of Switzerland, making it one of […]
…and he’s back again. That somewhat lovable and eccentric Japanese Manga artist, Yukichi Yamamatsu, returns to India with plans of launching another book alongside with ingenious ideas which include treating Indians to Udon noodles and the art of Japanese two-person comedy, Manzai. Those of you who are unfamiliar […]
A place where adults can let their inner child out and where children can role play being adults, the Think Tank Science Museum… is a living breathing encyclopedia.