Beijing : Exploring the Imperial City

Well into the 21st century we have evolved into technologically dependent beings that can tackle little less than math at this point (all thanks to our dearest smart phone). But when you think how we got here, inevitably the roadmap of our future lies in our history and how we lived as a civilisation in…

Discovering India : One Trip at A Time

Stereotypes. Imprinted on our minds by the entertainment industry, stereotypic projections lead us rather mislead us into shaping our views of a particular region in the world and its culture. It holds true for the western hemisphere as much as the east. However, social media has been swift in transforming the world at large into…

A Day with Shakespeare in Stratford-Upon-Avon

Comfortably cocooned in obscurity the little market town of Stratford in the Avon valley had very little to celebrate during the Tudor age. By the time Regency era dawned on England this town in Warwickshire county, was catching the attention of literary class and thespians. Oblivious to the fact that it will offer modern Britain's…

Review: Historic Townhouse Hotel in Oxford

There I was eagerly planning my trip to Oxford, a town that has bred the world’s best innovators, philosophers, authors and home to some of the best rowers in Britain. As soon as the plans were being formalised, my head began swimming in the literary ocean of quotes from Narnia and Alice in Wonderland. Happy…