As we left Polignano a Mare behind, the sun decided to play the game of hide and seek with us. The clouds would roll in with vigor. The sun would give us a wink and then hide away. We would see light in the horizon sometimes and we would smile thinking yes, we have capturedContinue reading “Salento Region of Puglia, The Heel of the Boot of Italy”
We awoke to the sound of cars passing on the rain sodden street down below. I could hear the tap tap of the rain drops falling on the metal table on the balcony of our hotel room. Oh no, I thought, I hope the rain doesn’t spoil our trip to Lecce and other towns inContinue reading “Polignano a Mare: The Cove, The Coast, The Cliffs and a Cozy Town full of Charm.”
The early morning breakfast was quiet. We sat on the terrace restaurant of the hotel enjoying the view of the Adriatic Sea and Bari spread out below us. A gentle sea breeze fluttered our white tablecloth in the air. We had a plan to visit the five small towns of Puglia. I had prepared aContinue reading “Towns of Puglia, four Gems of Itria Valley and Adriatic Coast.”
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.
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.
Bank Junction is a meeting point of nine streets in heart of London’s financial district. My post describes our walk there on a quiet Saturday during winter.
Come along with me on my walk to the Temple area of London! This area is a true hidden oasis of London.
Walk from Southwark to Blackfriars Bridge When the sun is out and the day is mild, I love to walk and explore London. That late summer day, I had time and weather gods were benevolent. I decided to explore the North Bank of the river Thames. When we initially moved to London, I had memorizedContinue reading “My Walk on the North Bank of River Thames: Part 1”