Goa-escape – The Goa Diary – Part II

This is in continuation of my last post. The evening was beautiful. I absolutely love Cavala – retro music and delicious food. With a perfect start to the day with a picturesque…

Goa-escape! The Goa Diary – Part I

I had an incredible holiday last week in the very beautiful Goa! The weather was just perfect – slightly warm, yet windy and very pleasant in the evenings. The drive to the…

The ‘Food Reads’ Series: Middle Eastern Cuisine Food Books

I have been a big fan of Masterchef Australia since it’s very first season. In spite of being a vegetarian, I thoroughly enjoyed watching the strangest of meat varieties being…

Crafts Museum Delhi – an enriching experience

Tucked away in a beautiful serene corner away from the hustle and bustle of city life, under the shade of trees is the entrance to the enriching Crafts Museum Delhi. There…

Paper Products – SKYgoodies – Making ‘Magic’ with Paper

[red_spacer spacer_margin=”30″][/red_spacer] Spending a leisurely morning browsing through old hand written recipes – some from Maa, some from my Maasi, and a few from my very talented and exuberant cousin…

Buy me some Rocket Salad leaves and Goats Cheese, please!

It’s nice to make all these lovely salads that the food blogs are absolutely choc-a-bloc with, but then sometimes finding some of these ingredients are just a bit tricky. So,…

A mug maketh your beverage!

Would you agree with me that the enjoyment of having a cuppa, depends majorly on the size and the shape of the mug! Even if I have had a zillion cups…

Where there is tea, there is hope

Good morning People! It’s Monday, again! Grateful for being alive, healthy and looking forward (not!) to the hard work lined up for me this week. A cup of ‘chai’ or…

8 Photography tips I learnt from travel blogs

[red_spacer spacer_margin=”30″][/red_spacer] I came across a fascinating blog called Tea Cup Tea written by Leela Cyd. She describes herself as a photographer, lover of tea and nibbles, blogger and a story-teller. Her…

Relax, unwind…it’s Goa in the air with Alila Diwa

[red_spacer spacer_margin=”30″][/red_spacer] On my last trip to Goa, I saw this graffiti on one of the walls – Goa is like a fridge, everyone is just chilling here. That pretty…