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.
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On the Shopping Trails
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”
Pilgrimage to Chawton, Home of Jane Austen
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.
Communicating with nature in times of virus
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.
World of Food in Times of Virus.
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.
World of Books in Time of Virus.
We are surrounded by so much bad news that we need an escape to the make believe world of books. Since most of us have to stay at home, I decided on giving my readers a few ideas about books they can read and relax with.
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.
My Walk on the North Bank of River Thames. Blackfriars to Embarkment : Temple Church
Come along with me on my walk to the Temple area of London! This area is a true hidden oasis of London.
My Walk on the North Bank of River Thames: Part 1
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”