Robin & a biscuit 

I remember the first time I laid eyes on a dog. I was in love. Though the thought of having this monster approach me with a mesmerizing gaze in her eyes, did send chills up my spine enough to shudder a bit, I stood still. She towered over me- a Great Dane of course and…

Nômoshkar..Comment ça va?

I absolutely love theme based restaurants. Not to forget my quest to learn new languages (case in point showcased in the heading above. For all those who are scurrying for a translation; it’s a Bengali dialect of the greeting derived from the Sanskrit word Namaste – simply translated to ‘the divinity within me greets the…

To Banana or Bacon? that is the question 

I am on my ‘guilt weight trip’ ritual to devote some serious time to my crunches in the hope of toning up my mid rift. This happens every other quarter -wherein I decide NOT to abuse my body and focus on eating right and healthy. Even my nutritionist (yes I have one) gets on board…

Post-it’s on a Crab

Some restaurants do fan walls some photo galleries. This one (Soul Soufflé) nestled near a lovely fresh water spring does this.  It’s simple really. You choose a crab,they cook it to your taste and liking (mine was tossed in herbs and butter garlic) and once done is cleant for your good wishes.  Might I add…

Washed 

I love it when the rains set in. It’s like one BIG giant car wash. Everything around springs to life. Just an effervescent glow all around. Captured this over a cuppa coffee.  Hello dear monsoons. Welcome back!!!  Pic courtesy: Nolan Mascarenhas Photography   

The Morning After

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HONK-OK-PLEASE-JESUS-ELEPHANT!!!

Here’s a flashback scenario of a traffic signal back in L.A. Yes the city of angels and over sized cars. There i was in a friends Saab and over at the side comes this monster of a Hummer growling and grunting waiting for the lights to go green. It made me feel 3 inches tall…