I am virtually traveling back to all the places that I have ever visited in my life. This trip was taken last year. I was stunned by the golden pillars and tried to capture it unfiltered. Linking to Esha and Natasha for Wordless Wednesday.
We are in the fifth month of Lockdown. Going by the statistics it doesn't seem that we would come out of it anytime soon. We have to adjust to the new normal. This lockdown has taken away from me my greatest pleasure "traveling". I loved traveling but Covid 19 wouldn't let me travel for the … Continue reading View From the Top
The best way to reach Zaanse Schans from Amsterdam is by taking a bus from Amsterdam Centraal Station. The bus number 391 leaves every 10 minutes and it is the shortest, fastest and cheapest way to reach the famous windmill district of Amsterdam. The return bus ticket is 11 euros and can be bought online, … Continue reading Zaanse Schans Windmill Tour
This is the famous Astronomical Clock of Prague. Local legend is that the city will suffer if the clock is neglected. No wonder, when I visited, I found it under repairs. Nevertheless, the beauty was prominent even amidst the repair work. Linking this to Wordless Wednesday hosted by Natasha and Esha.
My mother's favorite movie was "Roman Holiday". She used to keep talking about the debonair Gregory Peck and the effervescent Audrey Hepburn. I could never watch the movie with Ma. I watched it long after she passed away. However, the moment the movie started, I had a "love at first sight" moment with Peck, Hepburn, and Rome. … Continue reading My Roman Holiday- Rome Walking Tour #wanderfulwednesday
Have you ever been on a road trip where your car broke down in the middle of a jungle (that had leopards)? Imagine being stuck in a broke down car with two kids, no mobile network, no other vehicle or house in sight, not another human soul around and rain and fog clogging your visibility. … Continue reading When Our Car Broke Down at Bhimashankar #wanderfulwednesday
"Tomorrow's harvest depends upon today's ploughing and sowing"--- Chinmayananda Saraswati We came across this farmer ploughing his field on our way to Bhimashankar. My son being a city born had never seen anything like this before. He was amused and surprised to learn that so much effort and hard work goes behind growing the grains … Continue reading Plough #WordlessWednesday
"It is the nature of the strong heart, that like the palm tree it strives ever upwards when it is most burdened". ...Philip Sidney On our recent trip to Vasai Fort, I clicked this especially keeping in mind Parul's Thursday Tree Love. This blog hop has taught me to love Trees, and I was … Continue reading The Palm Tree- #thursdaytreelove
Pisa Central station is the most deserted station that I have seen in my life. It was 7pm and other than Gail, me and a homeless man, there was not a single soul to be seen anywhere. Pisa is a small town that becomes quite deserted after sunset and the station was no exception. Our … Continue reading 6 Must See Places in Florence