Busy Morning at Jeppiar Fishing

The Jeppiaar Fishing Harbour is located at Muttom, Kanyakumari District, Tamil Nadu. I went there at 5 am to catch the lively life. The boats were coming in with the catch and the fishermen were busily engaged in shifting the fish to the land. The middle men were auctioning the catch while the others were bargaining at the top of their voices. Here and there I saw women selling the fish. It was truly an exhilarating experience.Read more

Toss a Coin into the Trevi Fountain

Everyone who has gone to Rome would have probably tossed a coin into the Trevi Fountain. Everyday thousands of people visit the fountain just so that they can throw a coin into the fountain and wish that they will return to Rome! There are many legends around the coin throwing practise and one of it says you should stand with your back to the fountain and toss a coin over your left shoulder to guarantee a return trip to Rome.Read more

Modern Hotel in Historical Bologna

Set in a restored late 19th-century building, this hotel is a 15-minute walk from the medieval structures at Piazza Maggiore and a 15-minute walk from the 12th-century Towers of Bologna. It is only 5 minutes from the train station and 8 minutes from the centre of the city and therefore the hotel is the perfect starting point for any outing. The hotel is in the centre of the shopping district just a short stroll to lots of restaurants.Read more

The Vatican City

A visit to the Vatican City is a must if you are in Rome. You need to spend at least a full day there to see the whole place. I spent only a few hours here as I went at the peak time and it was unbearably crowded!! Apart from the thousands of tourists who flock there daily, the Vatican City is also home to more than 900 full-time residents and about 3000 over people who work there.
Most people go to the Vatican City to see the Vatican Museums and St Peter’s Basilica. Sunday is a good day to visit Vatican City if you want to catch the Sunday mass in St. Peter’s Basilica and the mass takes place every hour. Read more

Fountain of the Old Boat

The beautiful Scalina Spagna or Spanish Steps is certainly one of the must see places in Rome. The irregular butterfly design is a good example of the Roman Boroque style. The place is always crowded with people just sitting around and soaking in the vies of the Eternal City. There are about 138 steps in the form of terraces, curves and straight flights of steps. The Spanish steps were built from 1723 to 1725 and it links to the Trinità dei Monti church.
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Farmers’ Market

A Farmers Market is always on my To do List when travelling. I was at the Margaret River colourful and lively weekly Farmers’ Market and truly enjoyed few hours of my time there. This is the place go and meet your friends, shop for food and things, listen to music and just eat and drink with your family. Somehow food always taste better at a Farmers’ Market!!Read more

Hand-Made Cheese at Cambray Farm

Even as I was getting out of the car, I saw a flock of milking ewes grazing freely on pastures surrounded by native bushland and drink from natural springs. Sheep milk has superior qualities to both goats’ and cows’ milk, being richer in vitamins A, B, D and E and with over 100% more calcium than cows’ milk. There is evidence that the lactose in sheep milk is more readily tolerated than that in cows’ milk allowing many lactose-intolerant people to enjoy sheep milk products.Read more

Vasse Virgin Moisturisers and Soaps

One experiment lead to another but the success story is that today the boy is eczema free and the “home-made” products have become a big industry with a huge showroom, online sales to all parts of the world and a factory where people can walk in and watch how the soaps, lotions, scrubs, shampoo, massage oils, moisturisers are hand-made using the finest extra virgin olive oil and packed. These products are excellent for people with allergies or sensitive skin.Read more

Art of Fine Wine at Leeuwin Estate

Under the direction of the two generations of the founding family, who work alongside a dedicated team of winemakers including chief wine maker Tim Lovett, the estate produces primary varieties of Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling. Following European winemaking techniques, Leeuwin is concentrating on achieving complexity, balance and longevity in its wines through a blend of modern and traditional methods. The fruits are transformed into wine using temperature controlled stainless steel tanks, pneumatic presses, and a cellar of imported French oak barrels.Read more