When my flight was about to touch the runway of Charles-De-Gaulle airport, I could see the thick clouds from the small window of the plane. Within moments rainwater lashed on the windowpane with a loud crackling sound. I understood that Paris was welcoming me with rain and thunderstorm. This was not exactly what I would … Continue reading Paris- Story of Immigrants, Beggars and Yellow Vests
I have not written a travel post in ages. I started blogging as a travel blogger and gradually I started writing about everything else but travel. In the month of May, I went on an amazing 15 day long trip with my friend Kavita. It was a mommy and kids and I cannot stop gushing … Continue reading Shantiniketan-#wanderfulwednesday #20Day Challenge
When my Dad joined Ministry of Home Affairs, his first posting was in Gangtok. It was the late 1960s and Sikkim was then not a part of India. The day my Dad set foot in Gangtok, he fell in love with the beauty of the place. In those days he was on deputation and had … Continue reading Old and New Memories of Gangtok #WanderfulWednesday
When I see pictures of my friends and family living abroad posting pictures of Spring and Fall on their social media accounts, I often wonder what is so special about Fall and Spring abroad, especially the US? Why do we Indians living in India never go gung-ho about our Spring and Fall? Actually in India … Continue reading Indian Spring #ThursdayTreeLove
When my son was a toddler, he used to be extremely hyperactive, leaving me exhausted. Managing household chores became difficult therefore I kept a cook. One day my husband said with disdain in his voice “you should cook something for him or else your son will never remember what is mom’s cooking.” Perhaps husband was … Continue reading Darjeeling #WanderfulWednesday
This tree in the premise of Qutb Minar in Delhi caught my fancy. It looks like a witness of a bygone era. Sharing this with Parul and #ThursdayTreeLove. I am posting for #ThursdayTreeLove after a long time. I missed taking part in it. I am glad to be back.
There are few places on earth that cannot be described in words, Vysehrad is one such place. I was spellbound and instantly fell in love with Prague upon my visit to Vysehrad. This place is so calm that even your own footstep sounds like a commotion. Vysehrad has a church and a cemetery within its … Continue reading Vysehrad, Prague- #WanderfulWednesday
linking this to Wordless Wednesday hosted by Esha.
Charles Bridge is undoubtedly the most romantic destination of Prague. It is a stone bridge built across the river Vltava. The bridge is adorned with close to 30 statues and statutes. It is a pedestrian bridge. Trust me, the best thing to do in Prague is to walk on the Charles Bridge. The Bridge is … Continue reading Charles Bridge, Prague #WanderfulWednesday