We came out of the Naples airport on a bright and hot day. While the forecast had warnings for heavy rains and wind over the next two days – the weather when we landed didn’t give any indication of this. I was so glad that we were not going to be in either Naples orContinue reading “Bari : Gateway to the charms of Puglia, Italy”
Canterbury, home of the Canterbury Cathedral is an hour’s ride by train from London. A perfect day trip destination if you are in London for a brief visit.
One thing I missed during the claustrophobic past year was actually walking into stores to browse, to touch and feel. I missed comparing a piece with another or laughing and opining with a shopping companion. But finally, the post vaccine days of exploration have arrived. No more curbside pickups if I don’t feel like itContinue reading “On the Shopping Trails”
Something from my heart….
A day trip to home of Jane Austen in the charming village of Chawton, UK. A place where she wrote Pride and Prejudice and some of her other books. She also revised three of her books in this house.
A day trip to some of the historic villages of County Kent from London including a visit to a Lavender Farm. Sit back and drive along with my husband and I through the back roads to these charming villages.
Staying positive and happy during this tough time is important. Seeking out solace and happiness in the world of nature is a perfect solution to the world of virus.
Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.” Samuel Johnson I have come across many such quotes from lovers of London. I am adding my name to those who love the great city of London. I want to write essaysContinue reading “Our London Odyssey”
The process of making food is such a pleasurable and peaceful task. During this tough time, it has been such a comfort to me. This blog post is a brief nod to my food journey of last three months.