I know the references to Corona-impacted travel have been overdone, but with no clarity in sight about future travels, modes of recreation etc people are harking back to the good old days. Sadly for some of us they were just a few months ago. Check out my posts on my last trip here and here.... Continue Reading →
I've always liked art but am not a connoisseur or someone who can talk about the depth in a painting, the feeling or half the things those cravat-wearing types do, standing around in an art gallery. I just know if something appeals to it. Sometimes it does piecemeal, and other times holistically but I know... Continue Reading →
When you're lucky enough to spot flamingoes, painted storks, pelicans and herons all in the same frame.
I wrote about being nostalgic in this morning's post and this is the follow-on one. It doesn't take a Freud to know that ever since my movement have become restricted to all things essentials, I've been dreaming (day and night-kinds) about open roads, travelling...the whole shebang. We had to cancel our annual summer break road... Continue Reading →
Once upon a time, there was a dino. He was a fierce predator! But he was quite possibly an outlier because he also loved art. He usually rode on the back of a sweaty, puffing, cursing chunky woman and used to insist on the top berth while travelling in a train. He had started his... Continue Reading →
When wandering around the streets of Barcelona, near Sagrada Familia or the Arc de Triompf, you will come upon the church of Sant (St.) Joan (not a woman). After seeing the style of Gaudi's masterpiece, this church seems run of the mill but take a round of the place and discover it's beauty and architecture... Continue Reading →