Irish Cream – Belfast


The city of Belfast is every bit charming as lazy. The rustic architecture from the Victorian era makes it seem like a time travel. My first stop for the day was the Queen’s University, one of the finest architectural sites of Belfast. The city was preparing itself for the annual festival as I walked past. … Continue reading Irish Cream – Belfast

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The Midlands & Around – Into the Victorian era!


I needed a kick start to my solo travel across the UK or maybe I needed a kick to start! I decided to do it myself.. After wasting plenty of weekends and bank holidays, as they call government holidays here, I was determined to do something on the second bank holiday of May. But yet … Continue reading The Midlands & Around – Into the Victorian era!

Slice from the Queen’s era – HOTEL REVIEW


There are few places that make you talk about its charm repeatedly and there are few other places which never let you stop talking or thinking about the time you spent there! King’s Cliff, a themed hotel, perched atop a small hill in Ooty belongs to the second category. After spending a weekend at this … Continue reading Slice from the Queen’s era – HOTEL REVIEW

Deutsch Connection – IV


Drink, Dine & Dance! The perfect climate means perfect vineyards and more the vineyards, more exquisite the wine! German wine and beer doesn’t need any introduction to the guzzlers! Sold in round Bocksbeutel bottles, mugs and kegs, the German beer is a true celebration. In the land known for its Oktoberfest, beer is no big … Continue reading Deutsch Connection – IV

Deutsch Connection – III


Countless Castles! Two days around the city of Ludwigsburg and Stuttgart makes me feel that this country has more castles per square kilometer than anywhere else I have known. The rustic town of Ludwigsburg itself has close to 5 castles and what’s more, the burg in the name of any city suggests that there is … Continue reading Deutsch Connection – III

Deutsch Connection – II


Silence at midnoon and sunshine at midnight! I alighted at the Ludwigsburg train station around 6.30PM. I had no clue on how big this place is or what it actually had. All that I knew was that the headquarters of my company was located here and I was supposed to be staying at a hotel … Continue reading Deutsch Connection – II