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Test driving the Tata Zest car in Green Goa

Sunday started with a heavy breakfast and briefing about the 24km Tata Zest drive that we were going to take in Goa with 2 pit stops. We were a group of 3 bloggers who were going to drive 8kms each and then each interchange. My group consisted of Nivedith G and Christine who are famous bloggers from Bangalore and Delhi Read More


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Wonderful experience in Tata Zest blogger meet in Goa by BlogAdda

It all started with a mail from Harish Krishnan of BlogAdda. He asked me to keep the weekend of 26th and 27th July free for an unforgettable experience. I was wondering what it will be as I know BlogAdda arranges some exciting events for its star bloggers like car drives, events, books, prizes, etc. Immediately I blocked my time as Read More


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Goa Carnaval 2014 Food & Cultural Festival

To coincide with the Goa Carnaval 2014 celebrations and grand parade on March 1st 2014, Goa Tourism department organized the Food and Cultural Festival from February 28th to March 4th. I was honored to be invited by Goa Tourism board to visit these celebrations and blog about them. The Food & Cultural Festival 2014 happened on the Merces grounds just Read More


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Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre in Scotland

The new Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre in Scotland harnesses 3D technology to bring Scottish history to life. You can stand shoulder-to-shoulder with medieval warriors and armored knights while learning about the tactics of two opposing kings in a truly immersive experience. You can also Witness the sights and sounds of medieval battle first-hand including ancient battle strategies, weapons and Read More


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Goa Carnaval 2014 – Carnival depicting Goa like never before!

Having lived in Goa during college times when I did my Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Dhempe college, I used to always look forward for the carnival in March which was a time for much merriment and rejoice. But since I moved to Bangalore to pursue my career, I had hardly gone to Goa during the carnival times as Read More


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Review of Twenty Princes Street Smokehouse and Grill in Edinburgh

A legendary place in Edinburgh is the Balmoral hotel which was earlier known as the Railway Hotel as people used to look at the clock on its tower and plan their trips via Edinburgh railway station. It stands majestically on the Princes Street just parallel to the Royal Mile and is easily recognizable if you just pass it from anywhere Read More


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Tasting Scotland tour in Fife County

One of the most expansive and exciting food tours in Scotland is the Tasting Scotland tour in Fife County covering St.Andrews and Pittenweem. Founding direct of Tasting Scotland, Brenda Anderson conducts in this tour in the food kingdom of Fife. It starts with the visit to St.Andrews Farmhouse Cheese in Pittenweem. There we met Briony, who works with Jane Stewart, Read More


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Eat Walk Edinburgh Tour in Scotland

After checking into our hotel in Edinburgh, we were greeted by Julie of Eat Walk Edinburgh tours at reception of Hotel Du Vin. Eat Walk Edinburgh walking tours took us through the historical heart of the city while allowing us the time to sample food and drink from some of Edinburgh’s unique restaurants, shops and bars. Between premises our guide Read More


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Touring Historic Borough Market in London

After doing a wonderful food tour of Brixton market in London with Mind The Gap tours, we were wanting more action! So we hopped on a short bus ride which bought us to “London’s larder” – Borough Market, just in time for lunch! Our guide gave us an orientation of the market and also talked about little history of the Read More


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Mind The Gap Tours’ Brixton food tour

Mind The Gap food tour starts in Brixton Market where we can savor the fusion of Caribbean flavors, strong musical heritage and experimental restaurant scene of an authentically flavored London market. Brixton has had some controversial past due to riots and anti-establishment feelings but it is a vibrant and bustling suburb of London worth checking out! Brixton enjoys multi-cultural flavors Read More