Too late from work to go into the kitchen to fix dinner? Too tired to explore what to put on the menu day in and out? Too tardy to pick up groceries, clean and chop, grate and grind, blend and cook only to find that your dish was burnt or salty or bland? If your … Continue reading 8 Ways to have a ‘Dabba’ly Delicious Dabba!
While there are more ways to do so, I have picked 10 best ways to live like a local in Prague. Here are the remaining 5 ways, with the first 5 having been covered in the previous blog post. TRADITIONAL DRINKS – HOT WINE & ABSINTH Do you find beer too chilled a drink to … Continue reading 10 Ways to Live like a Local in Prague (Part 2)
(Review published on Zomato, TripAdvisor, Google Maps & Quora) Late mornings is reason enough to not cook breakfast at home. It’s an excuse to look for breakfast haunts, especially one with local flavour. What better a place than this, for us who live in the state of Maharashtra, than to enjoy its typically Maharashtrian food! … Continue reading Mama Maushi chi ‘Girgaon Katta’
What greater delight there is than to LIVE LIKE A LOCAL when travelling overseas! I do so for a few days if not a few weeks, preferably in a small town on the outskirts of the city. Quite habitually, I excuse myself from typically touristy tours to scout the city on my own. Of course, this … Continue reading 10 Ways to Live Like a Local @ Prague (Part 1)
“Sleep now, O sleep now, O you unquiet heart! A voice crying “Sleep now” Is heard in my heart. The voice of the winter Is heard at the door. O sleep, for the winter Is crying “Sleep no more.” My kiss will give peace now And quiet to your heart Sleep on in peace now, … Continue reading @ Concentration Camp @ Prague
If there is one flaw that I know to be true of Europe, it’s about its airport transfers not turning up, well at least not 6 out of 10 times! This is where my prepaid local SIM comes in handy! To help me coordinate with the local ground handling agent/s to avoid stout taxi charges which … Continue reading The Ghost Story of Prague
It was when I came upon my pair of Woodlands shoes during a spring cleaning spree that the travel bug gripped me. Which destination I thought? Overseas most definitely, as it did not allow for contact with the office. So Europe it had to be, as usual. Why not Asia, you might ask? Too … Continue reading An Indian Traveller’s Guide for Europe Travel