According to the dictionary, Mistral is a strong cold north-westerly wind that blows through the Rhône valley and southern France towards the Mediterranean, mainly in winter. But in Princeton, it is the name of an Award winning restaurant that contemporizes American food with a unique twist. It’s not every day that I get to eat at… Read More Mistral’s twist to American Food
September marks the beginning of Fall – the time of year when the leaves begin to turn. It is also the time of year when summer crops are harvested. Where I come from , the leaves remain unchanged but there is a change of seasons too. The monsoons normally make a retreat and the farmers… Read More Apple picking in the Fall
‘I am taking part in The Write Tribe Festival of Words #6‘ and today’s prompt on Day 3 (7 Aug/Mon) – Feature a map and write about a place either real or virtual brought back a host memories of a trip to Warsaw, Poland. My fascination with maps and map reading began with Mrs. Karat in Class 8… Read More Mapping an unforgettable memory #Writing Bravely
There are many things you need to inform yourself about before you start to book Mumbai to Singapore cheap flights. Before the 1800’s, Singapore was just a fishing village and a colony that was passed on under the rule of the British, the Japanese and finally, it was decided it would be a part of… Read More Why is a visit to Singapore incomplete without exploring Underwater World?
I had almost made up my mind to give up blogging when I was struck by the unfairness of Vodafone. I felt it was my duty to blog about this unsavoury experience. Those of you who have been following me would have noticed that from 23 May – 14 June I was blogging from my… Read More Why Vodafone pisses me off : #MobileWoes