Wandering the world – Girona, Catalunya

Girona, the city of four rivers with its peeling church bells and beautiful stone bridges, lies to the southwest of Barcelona, where visitors are invited to a historic center that is a stunning labyrinth of medieval corridors standing tall over the entire city. We visited on a warm day when the sky welcomed all of…

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Wandering the world -Barcelona

I’ve been away for so long, I feel if I have forgotten how to write. I’ve read some incredible books and have plenty of drafts, but I just couldn’t seem to write enough about them. I stopped and went back to reading, I’m hoping it will all come back to me. Wandering around the world…

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Walking Around the World – Sri Lanka ( Part II)

My month-long journey in and around Sri Lanka was filled with so much joy. And yet it was my mum and the strong bond that is simply ours, that brought me the most amount of peace. The time was ours to enjoy, reminisce and grieve –  my dad who is no longer with us(passed away…

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Walking around the world – Sri Lanka ( Part 1)

I love exploring. Any part of the world, any part of my city, state or country. Going back to my country of birth is no exception because there is a deep connection to its centuries old history and its beautiful space on our planet. I go by the thinking – the tiniest places on earth…

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10 Things I learned in Costa Rica

My mother in-law who passed away recently, always gave me some wonderful insights. Whilst we were all together in Costa Rica a few weeks ago, I took as many photos as I could. As part of my walking around the world series – here’s what I learned… I learned how colorful, beautiful and welcoming Costa…

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Walking around the World – Grazie mille Firenze…

 Florence is truly a most glorious city, abundant in beauty, art and history. She is Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci, Donatello, and Botticelli’s Primavera.  She is the heart of Renaissance,  her most famous medieval city, Sienna, was home to Shakespeare’s now famous Romeo and Giulietta, originally written by an Italian in the 15th century –  Yes!!…

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Eating around the world – Athens

Exploring Athens made me hungry. There was no way I was going to leave without trying her much discussed food. The Greek way of living, filled with heart healthy olives, drizzles of cold pressed olive oil, fresh vegetables grown on the island of Crete, fresh fish, lemon and erm some ouzo( although one should not…

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Walking around the world – Athens

I just got back from seeing a little part of the world, I call the gateway to Europe – a magical place where the marriage of mythology and the symbolic stirrings of Western civilization brings you alive just by walking through the gates of the Acropolis. As you have a silent wander around the majestically…

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A Pearl In the Indian Ocean

  I may not have mentioned this before, but I am as obsessed with travelling as I am with books and Colin Firth. I traveled to Sri Lanka with my family recently and it is such a beautiful country; filled with the friendliest people, the most wonderful food and many, many beaches. The ancient monuments…

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