A trip down the memory lanes of Calcutta, in India where I learnt about celebrating Christmas and what it stood for!
I have never been a foodie in my life. That's not a great way to start a blog post titled Food, but it is true! For the longest time, food has simply been the fuel I needed to do all the other things I love doing. That translates to how bad a guest I become… Continue reading Indian Food For Thought
Lonely Planet gives one of the best introductions to the city of Lisbon. I read the first few lines and was sold. I also stopped reading after those first few lines, because I wanted the rest to unfold, slowly, all on its own during our visit. Pick any major city in the west to visit in December… Continue reading Lisbon: A Bit Of My Own
My bowl of pasta looked very tempting! I could smell the garlic and basil from a distance, and couldn't wait to dig in. Hubby's creamy ravioli looked as sumptuous but I am more of a tomato sauce fan so, clearly I loved mine more! It tasted even better than its aroma and looks, trust me. By… Continue reading Love Thy Neighbour’s Food
My husband and I spent all of December 2014 in India. On vacation! Travelling home is always special, for three reasons that I can think of: time with family & loved ones, delectable home food and the sunshine! Of course, the sound of the night watchman's stick banging on the road every night in the… Continue reading What I Miss Most About Home