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Caffe Tonino Connaght Place, Review

Caffe Tonino Connaght Place, Review

Walking idly by, we came across Caffe Tonino, right next to the PVR Plaza and above Nizam’s Kabab. From the outside it looked interesting, so we walked in and we weren’t disappointed by the ambiance of the place. Beautifully done up in the retro Italian style, Caffe Tonino seemed like […]

July 13, 2017
Thurston House by Danielle Steel, Review

Thurston House by Danielle Steel, Review

There are some books which just end up on our reading table for a long time, even though we find them sufficiently interesting. Thurston House written by Danielle Steel is one such book, which I managed to finish after a year! To be fair, for 4 months it was at […]

July 12, 2017
How-to explore Ladakh in 3 days!

How-to explore Ladakh in 3 days!

Gone are the days when you needed half a month to travel to and explore Ladakh. These days with corporate pressure increasing day by day, disposable income on the rise and thanks to plenty of flights to Leh, the possibility of exploring Ladakh on a long weekend has become a […]

July 10, 2017
The Burger Club, Connaught Place, Review

The Burger Club, Connaught Place, Review

We walk great distances for the thing we desire, and at times, just as we reach near it, we chose another! Something similar happened yesterday when we went to Connaught Place, in order to have the delicious burgers of Burger Singh. However, just before we could reach it and order […]

July 8, 2017
Lone Fox Dancing, Ruskin Bond Autobiography Review

Lone Fox Dancing, Ruskin Bond Autobiography Review

We, the humans, are voyeuristic in nature. We love peering into other’s life, and in case a person happens to be famous, our curiosity for them only grows stronger. This is one of the reasons why autobiographies seem to do so well. After all, they let us into the mind […]

July 7, 2017
The Cossacks by Leo Tolstoy, Review

The Cossacks by Leo Tolstoy, Review

It has been over a year since I last read a novel by Leo Tolstoy, so when I picked up The Cossacks from our bookshelf (originally ordered by my sister), the first thing that struck me was how small and lightweight it was! After all, the other novels by Leo […]

July 5, 2017
Pangong Tso

How to explore Ladakh in 5 days

Ladakh is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Little wonder then, those who have never been there, wish to travel there and those who have been there earlier, wish to go back and explore it even more! Even though it is best to explore Ladakh at a […]

June 30, 2017
Excitel 100 Mbps broadband Review

Excitel 100 Mbps broadband Review

Until last month, I was using Excitel’s 50 Mbps broadband plan and thought about trying out their 100 Mbps plan. It’s been almost a month now, and it is time for the review of Excitel 100 Mbps plan. Cost For Rs. 1144.25 (including taxes) and with no FUP or any […]

June 28, 2017
Pa Pa Ya, Select Citywalk, Review

Pa Pa Ya, Select Citywalk, Review

In life, there are times when we embark on a search for something and end up finding something altogether different and falling in love with it. This is sort of how RD and I discovered Pa Pa Ya Restaurant in Select Citywalk, Saket. We were looking for TGI Fridays and […]

June 27, 2017
Drool Waffles, Select City Walk, Review

Drool Waffles, Select City Walk, Review

There is no dearth of places to eat in Select City Walk Mall in Saket; each offering their own style of cuisines and some surviving on brand name and big bucks, others with a fairly limited menu, but, with delicious offerings. When RD and I went to Select City Walk […]

June 26, 2017