Though I visited Shenandoah National Park Last July on my East Coast trip, quarantine is making me go over my old photos and work on posts which I would never write otherwise. It's more than 2 weeks of quarantine and the situation is not improving, I hope COVID goes away soon and life would be… Continue reading Skyline Drive, Horse-riding and Fireflies: Shenandoah National Park
We had to travel to Nadi International Airport from Vishakhapatnam and all the flights we could find had a layer of more than 15 hours in Singapore. Initially, I was hesitant to stay that much time at an Airport but then a colleague of mine told me there are countless things to do at Changi… Continue reading A day at Singapore Changi Airport
My wife loves beaches - born in a coastal town, she has spent her entire early life near beaches, so when it came to our honeymoon, we decided to spend time together on an island and we shortlisted three possible islands for our visit. It was either Hawaii, Zanzibar or Fiji. After some discussion and possibilities of visiting other places with greater ease in the future, we finalized on Fiji and boy, did we love Fiji! I was pleasantly surprised when I learned that 40% of Fijian population is of Indian origin.
New Orleans nicknamed the "Big Easy," it's known for its round-the-clock nightlife, vibrant live-music scene and spicy, singular cuisine reflecting its history as a melting pot of French, African and American cultures. One of the surprising things I noticed in New Orleans was that every restaurant has a full-service bar in it. Before visiting, I… Continue reading What to do and what not to do in NOLA
I am not into painting or arts but when you get a chance visit museum of one of the most renowned painter in the history its difficult to say no! Even if you are not an art fan, after visiting the museum one can easily recognize his artwork. I had never thought that I would… Continue reading Van Gogh Museum