I love to read, and sometimes I like to write about what I’ve read.
Chapter 101: A Quaint Bookshop in a Torrid City – Chapter 101 is homely. It’s like walking into a den or a study, very English in nature with the wooden racks along the walls, the tiled floor graced with a couple of rugs to give that extra bit of cosiness, and a faux brick wall opposite to a green coloured one in-between it all.
The Beach – The Beach combines together an element of thrill along with a compelling story that lingers on in the depths of any adventurous heart, pounding on it, making you and I want to get up, get out, and explore this world and the people that inhabit it.
Amsterdam: A History of the World’s Most Liberal City – The author takes the reader through a journey of time depicting events and people who are responsible for making Amsterdam the most liberal city in the world.
Stupid Guy Goes to India – Yamamatsu’s journey into Delhi’s underbelly as he tries to publish his Manga comic in the local language. Hilarious at times, informative, but brutally honest.
Chai chai, Travel in Places where you Stop, but Never Get Off – An interesting look at travelling, where the author discovers the smaller, lesser-known cities and towns that one crosses in-between the metropolitan cities, but are often overlooked.
Hot Tea Across India – Rishad Saam Mehta takes us across the country on sweet and exciting journeys full of adventure and comedy.
Michael Palin Hemingway Adventure – Michael Palin follows in the footsteps of one of the world’s most noted literary figures.
7 Books that Made me Want to Travel – Books can play with our imagination, but sometimes they can take us to parts of the world that are real and leave us wanting to venture out and explore the beauty of this planet. These are some of the books – fiction and non-fiction – that celebrate travel and Earth.
Four Chef Autobiographies You Must Read – A look at the autobiographies of Gordon Ramsay, Marco Pierre White, Joe Bastianich, and Anthony Bourdain.
5 Books Every Food Lover Should Read – It didn’t take long after commencing on my endeavor to write about food – this blog – that I realized, in order to justify what I was doing I needed to firstly cook a lot more than I used to and more importantly read; read about food in all respects – its history, its present and where the future lies.
Restaurant Babylon by Imogen Edwards-Jones – The author takes on a day-long journey into the depth of the food business and all the craziness that is a part of it.