We, the dwellers of concrete jungles, harbor this deep desire to be find escape, even if for some time to a faraway place where you feel one with the earth and its elements. Your imagination will paint a picture of a beautiful quaint cottage by the seaside with the view of snow clad mountains that… Read More Ytri Vik
Saying good bye to London-our style.
The Golden Circle (Icelandic: Gullni hringurinn) is a popular tourist route in southern Iceland, covering about 300 kilometres (190 mi) looping from Reykjavík into the southern uplands of Iceland and back. It is the area that contains most tours and travel-related activities in Iceland. The name Golden Circle is a marketing term that has no roots in Icelandic history. The three primary stops on… Read More Golden Circle – Iceland
The Cinque Terre ( Five Lands) is a part of the coastline of the Italian region Liguria that includes five villages: Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Monterosso and Vernazza. The coastline and the hillside has been a natural reserve since1997 to preserve this reign made of wild scents, and they are part of the UNESCO world heritage list. There… Read More Manarola, Cinque terre
The Ponta da Piedade is possibly the most beautiful natural feature of the Algarve coastline.The shoreline is carved by the greatest artists of all.It’s our kind of wonderland where water has mesmerizing shades of blue and green which play around all the time with sandstone cliffs,where we jump every time we see a hidden grotto… Read More Ponta da piedade!
Aix is a laid back town where leafy boulevards and public squares are lined with 17th- and 18th-century mansions, boulevards of Cours Mirabeau laced with cafes, narrow lanes with designer boutiques and fountains that ornament the streets of this Provence. Take a lazy stroll down the narrow streets of Aix with a pizza slice , sip… Read More Aix en provence
The name Albufeira is of Arabic origin: “Al-buhera” means in fact “the Sea Castle”. In town there was once, therefore, a castle – and it’s possible that the entire town was once walled. The architecture of the region is an eclectic mix of typical Portuguese Algarvean pale white and tiled residential homes, along narrow streets.… Read More Albuferia !
Living away from each other,makes you realize the importance of small little things.Off late even having breakfast together has been a thing.This weekend we gave the south Indian breakfast a miss and opted for a fancy place for breakfast.Situated in a quaint lane is this Hotel which caught her attention thanks to the awesome floral… Read More Breakfast at Dalloway Terrace