1- Pappardelle This is an authentic tuscan dish, typically made with wide flat fettuccine like pasta (pappardelle) that is heavy on eggs and fresh wild boar chops. The flavour is intense because according to the chef; it takes at least 2 days to marinate the wild boar cubes in wine, olive oil, rosemary and some other … Continue reading Three “NO MISS” Florentine dishes!
There were angelic voices chanting from a distance, they were coming from a white church marked with a red hammer and sickle; many churches in Kerala are adopting and supporting communism as their ideal form of socialism, a sign of poverty driven politics. As I stepped inside, I noticed how big and bare it was. The … Continue reading Munnar: A mini guide…
If there is only one reason why I should always go back to Barcelona's Gaudi; it would be that church designed by a person whose eyes and thoughts were not with us on earth rather in heaven. There are a lot of stunning features, the complexity of the facades, the curves and shapes of the interiors, the light and glass reflections, … Continue reading La Sagrada Familia
كلنا مهووسون بشئ ما أو ببضعة أشياء...إذا بحثنا عن ماهو مشترك بيننا سنجد الكثير؛ من منا لا يحب البحر، كم شخص يشعر بالراحة عند جلوسه وقت الغروب على صخرة في وسط الامواج وهو يراقب المياه و هي تتصادم مع بعضها أو مع الصخور، تتحول من كتلة زرقاء إلى جيش من الرغاوي البيضاء ثم تتناثر لتصبح … Continue reading الصيادين- ١
Feelings last for as long as we live, we may forget names, places, and even faces but not how we felt. What I've experienced in one day and one night on a houseboat in Kerala backwaters was the reason I like to travel alone. The mix of; hardship, new friends, different flavours give you a very stimulating … Continue reading Alleppey…Alappuzha!