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Four days in Santorini, Greece

MAR 06, 2017

Santorini is magical. The deep turquoise blue Aegean Sea set against the white churches with blue roofs, bright white villas and cave houses literally clinging to the slopes of the dark brown caldera rocks and the picture post card sunsets from almost every village on the cliff side, will surely make any visitors’ holiday a dream come true.

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Madrid Musings:Mercado de San Miguel

MAR 06, 2017

Vibrant, colourful, exotic, noisy and a bit chaotic,…these words came to my mind when we entered Mercado de San Miguel food market, Madrid. One of Madrid’s oldest, well-known and not-to-be-missed landmarks in Madrid, just a couple of hundred meters from Madrid Royal Palace, the San Miguel market has been a favourite rendezvous for Madrilenos (or...

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Three days in Athens- Day2

AUG 25, 2017

Visited the Acropolis Museum – a very modern building – housing some of the precious artefacts and remains of the classical Athens. The major exhibits at the ground level are not allowed for photography. Pity to see most large exhibits, i.e statues, figurines etc are only in parts and pieces mounted for visitors to visualise. However, many smaller exhibits inside the glass shelves such as ceramics/terracotta treasures were intact.

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Three days in Athens…Day 3

JAN 20, 2017

This was a Sunday and we had already planned to be at the Parliament Square (Syntagma) to watch the Change of Guard ceremony. Reached the spot at 10.30 am; the ceremony began around 10.45 and ended by 11.30 am. Interesting spectacle watching the Evzones and their royal gear!!

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Three days in Athens-A heady mix of ancient and modern

MAR 06, 2017

We had a great 4 nights 3 days stay at Athens and our experience was mixed; on one side you have the classical Athens, once the cradle of western civilisation and birthplace of democracy with impressive architecture, most of which are in ruins leaving it all to our imagination and on the other side the modern Athens – a sprawling mega city teaming with people everywhere and nightmare traffic in narrow roads.

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Madrid Musings: The Flamenco Dancer

AUG 25, 2017

The place: Royal park, Madrid, Time: A cool evening in late October 2015. During our recent family vacation at Madrid, Spain we spent an evening at the Royal Park at the end of a busy walking tour of the city. The weather was just perfect hovering around 150 Celcius with a nip in the air....

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