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Centuries-old castle walls studded with noble family crest.
Stained glass windows illustrating deeds of the past, through which are barely visible dimly lit rooms within. All you can hear are the hushed tones of the inhabitants.
Foggy mornings, chilly whispers and creaky wooden door..
Welcome to the land of Scotch, bagpipes and more! Continue reading “Enchanting Edinburgh”
One balmy summer’s day,
the sun began its journey to the west,
we started ours to the north
to see life outside of the nest.
Weather not so dabby
moors not too shabby
you, me, the road and a car
we traveled lands afar.
– ME (copyright) Continue reading “A Roadtrip to Scotland”
A charming little town flanked by historic buildings from the Roman era, that’s Bath for you. Be it a weekend getaway or an impromptu roadtrip, Bath lives up to your expectations of an English town. The moment we entered Bath, we felt like we stepped inside a storybook. The time we spent there was absolutely delightful. (Do I sound British yet?) Continue reading “A Glimpse of Bath, Somerset”
London in summer is nothing short of a dream. But there’s so much going on in the city that it might overwhelm you. Tourists everywhere, which means long queues, hours of waiting and crowded places. I’d much rather ditch the touristy places and experience London a different way. Wondering how you could make the most of your 24 hours in the capital city on UK? Follow my simple itinerary to catch the best of London. You will not regret it! Continue reading “How to spend 24 hours in London? – Offbeat things to do in London”
When to visit
A vibrant city like London is best visited during spring and summer season, especially if its your first time. If you catch a clear sky and no signs of a downpour, count it to be your best day in London, weather-wise. Continue reading “First trip to London”
Gosh! I had very few things on this list initially. To be honest, this list began with my first nursery rhyme – “London Bridge is falling down..” But I feel deceived by this poem, now that I’ve actually seen London bridge. Continue reading “My London Bucketlist”