A month is a strange time period…it leaves you nowhere, actually! Or at least, that’s what it does to me! I am too familiar to the place to be a tourist and not there long enough to be a resident. Wherever I go, I need to know the place, by heart. I want to know […]Read More A love story cut short!
” Life is a balance between holding on and letting go”. – Rumi Pictures, they say, speak louder than words! And perhaps they really do! Each one of these has a story attached to them – a human touch, a friendly gesture, a warm hug, a genuine concern! This is a “P’log” if there is […]Read More Dhakriat Saeida (Arabic for Happy Memories)
I saw this beauty on my very first day in Cape Town. Once upon a time in India, we had double-decker buses for commuting and though with time they were grounded, the child in me could never ever get over the way the world looked from the top tier of a bus! And a red […]Read More Hopping on and off the city
If you are in the Western Cape region, you do not have any excuse for not being to at least one of the wine estates in the region. South Africa produces some of the best wines in the entire world and a wine estate tour along with wine testing is a must do if you […]Read More Of wines and wineries
Remember the names “Vasco Da Gama” and “Bartolomew Dias“? Apart from them being in our school books, what is the other thing that links me to them? Why, their association with the Cape of Good Hope, of course! While they passed it, and almost discovered the location for the world, on their way to India from […]Read More Re-discovering the Cape Peninsula
Having grown up on “Chander Pahaar”, how can I not romanticise about Africa? Alright, it is South Africa, but it is the continent that matters and so since I am in the continent right now, how could I go back without doing a Safari. Ok, it is not Kruger, but it is a game safari […]Read More The African Safari