BAVARIAN RIDE: WIES AND CASTLES …

It was a quick start of the day this time. We bid adieu to our host in wolfrathausen and started our trail along the romantic road again. We passed through the meadows and it was dewy and cold in the morning. Our first stop was wieskirche. The Wieskirche, or Wies Church, is one of the…

AFTER THE BEER IN MUNICH

After drowning in the festivity of Oktoberfest, we headed for Munich Darshan (a word for sightseeing in Hindi). We started working away from the fest ground and  made our way through the street alleys to discover the hidden gem along the shopper’s street, Asam kirche. Unlike most churches, Asamkirche isn’t a standalone building. It’s located…

A DAY HIGH ON BAVARIAN BEER: OKTOBERFEST AND MORE

Attack the Commander yelled…and I just followed the orders. YAYYYY…. I am getting high on beers. Commander Abhishek himself is sloshed and happy out. We loved it. This was our day to parade with locals and drink beer. One of the to do things in my bucket list was to attend this folk festival. As…

AFFAIR EN ROUTE BAVARIA (Day-1)

Hallo Its been a long time since i updated my blog as i was lately too much busy with my dentistry and was having very little time spared to express through words. This write up and the follow ups will be regarding the extensive journey we carried throughout the Bavarian region in southern Germany. We…

MEDIEVAL TOUR: DAY 2 , BRUGGS

Goedemorgen Bruggs I was as excited as ever to ride on a horse carriage , tumbling and  tapping across the cobblestoned street admiring the beautiful architecture this city has to offer. We started right on the Markt area early in the morning overlooking the belfry of Brugges towards the Provincial Hof, now used for ceremonial…

Bruges : The Silent Charmer Day 1

After the hustle bustle weekend in Amsterdam, we packed our bags for Bruges enroute Brussels. We landed in the station nearly around 6 pm and started making our way to our hotel through the cobble stoned pavement. To our surprise we crossed the city center and found not a single soul roaming around. We, as…

HOUSE OF MIRRORS

It was not long before we visited this place in Kuwait…House of Mirrors is a pleasant and a trippy experience with the owner  Lidia al-Qattan, the widow of Khalifa al-Qattan, a renowned Kuwaiti artist. She started decorating one small wall with mirrors and through time more and more walls were decorated until the whole house…

Sultan Qaboos Mosque – Beauty Redefined

Although its the mosque known for possessing the second largest carpet and the chandelier in the world, it doesn’t hamper its beauty and grandeur in anyway..it still remains as one of the most splendid architecture if its time.. It’s also the only mosque in Oman that allows non-Muslims to visit. One of the main attractions here…

Eiffel With Love

Whether you’re lucky enough to have visited Paris or have only ever dreamed of going there, chances are you know of the French capital’s most beloved landmark: the Eiffel Tower. The Eiffel Tower, La Tour Eiffel in French, was the main exhibit of the Paris Exposition — or World’s Fair — of 1889. It was…

PROOST: I AM AMSTERDAMED

Hello folks..its been a great year for me but i was too much stranded with work that i was keeping myself off from the blog world…i missed it so much…It was  dead of the night when we started for our long overdue vacation. After a tiring day at work we just wanted to stretch our…

ZAANSE SCHANS: THE WINDMILL TOWN

Get your bags packed and hop into the train ,catch a train to Koog-Zandik. You will find iconic views of the 6 windmills set on the river Zaan, traditional houses, shops and museums.Zaanse Schans has become a very popular tourist attraction given that entrance into the area is free. There is a visitor information desk…