A little-known fact I got to know about Einstein while travelling in Switzerland was that he and Charlie Chaplin were friends. It’s not the type of information one comes across randomly, and in my case, my curiosity peaked when Einstein’s wax figure popped up at Chaplin’s World in […]
Chaplin’s World is an intimate glimpse into the private and professional life of Charlie Chaplin. From a walk through his home in Corsier-sur-Vevey to the large studio, featuring some of his classic works, the museum is one big celebration brimming with information, artefacts, and the odd surprise related […]
An idyllic Indian village, Mangar is a picture-perfect destination brimming with interesting locals, a thriving street-art scene, and a few surprises hidden in its nooks and corners. At first sight, Mangar comes across as a regular village, one of many that are often considered the lifeline of India. […]
A place for vintage enthusiasts. An excursion for the retro seekers. It’s a dream turned into reality for car enthusiasts. For adults, it is a nostalgic trip back to a time when things seemed simpler. For children though, it’s a bit of a mix where education and entertainment […]
Sherlock Holmes fans all over the world, rejoice! If you didn’t already know, the world’s greatest consulting detective has his own museum in the UK, which is located at 221B Baker St., Marylebone, London. The establishment uses the same street name as the apartment where the fictional detective […]
Let me tell you a story. It’s a story that has a bit of drama in it and some heartbreak. It takes place in one of the most scenic locations in the world and champions the power of art. The good thing though, and I’ll tell this right […]
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.