Funny. Observant. Wise. Book review: 3.5 stars/5 Yes, it’s the much-hyped book of 2017 by Mrs Funnybones – The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad. The book is a collection of 4 heart touching short stories that will leave you wanting for more. This book with 287 pages is a light read and I managed to complete the read in less than three folds. The first one … Continue reading Book review: The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad
You don’t have to always travel far and away to have the best holiday. Sometimes, it’s just a matter of spending quality time with your family and exploring the cities nearby. This time around, on our holiday back to hometown, we decided to give the entire family a break, from aged to the young ones, we travelled together. Sang songs, gossiped, slept and most importantly … Continue reading Thekkady Travel Trails
This psychological thriller revolves around three leading characters – Daman, Shreyasi and Avni. Daman who suffers a memory loss after an accident gets constant nightmares of Shreyasi. Every nightmare has the same car, the same girl, the same name with the same climax of her death. As he struggles to give a fresh start to his life with his now girlfriend Avni, he decides to … Continue reading Book review: The Girl of My Dreams by Durjoy Datta
This weekend started off on an amazing food adventure at Etisalat Beach canteen courtesy Dubai Food Festival and Zomato UAE. Having tried most restaurants at the beach canteen, we couldn’t help but wonder how could we possibly have missed the event last week! Set right behind the sunset mall on the beach, this place will surely offer you a wide range of foodie finds, entertainment … Continue reading Weekend foodie adventure: Etisalat beach canteen
Overall rating: ★★★ If you were to ever look out for the Indian version of Mills and Boons, I would recommend this National Bestseller of 2012 by Preeti Shenoy to be the one. It’s an endearing story of a simple girl – Nisha, who is not too confident about her body falls in love and gets married to the guy of her dreams only to … Continue reading Book review: Tea for Two and a Piece of Cake
Social media platforms have evolved over the last few years and continue to do so. New social media channels open up every other day, app updates now and then, they are dominating the Marketing media plans of most brands. Having had a close look at 2016 and having compared it with the past couple of months in 2017, let’s take a quick look at the … Continue reading Social media: What are brands doing differently in 2017?
Last week, a much dreading business meeting turned into a delectable one by 12pm. If you are wondering how, it’s the magic of food of-course! Melia Dubai hosts one of the best India restaurants owned by one of the most popular celebrity chefs in India – Sanjeev Kapoor. Clean and simple decor with friendly staff is just a bonus to the delightful buffet experience. We … Continue reading Eat-out review: Signature by Sanjeev
It’s not easy to explore a destination like Thailand in 48 hours. There are way too many things to do and a lot of places to explore; this time, is not at all justified. Thailand is about 6 hours away from Dubai, and not a lot of travellers choose Thailand for weekend getaways out of Dubai. But a working family like ours, who are always … Continue reading Thailand in 48 hours (Bangkok and Pattaya)
Food trucks and out door eateries have been gaining a lot of popularity in this region. 2016 started off with weekend gatherings like truckers Dubai and Last Exit which has followed into 2017 as well complimenting this amazing weather! Conveniently located at the last exit of Dubai, just after Jebel Ali and near Dubai Parks, this fantastic gourmet street food experience are easily accessible for … Continue reading At last, it’s time for the Last exit, Dubai
These matrimonial profiles will crack you up – guaranteed! These are profiles created in 2016, I doubt if you’ll believe your eyes after this interesting read. Let me start off by telling you that I am an Indian, female, who has in fact gone through the arranged marriage trauma and got lucky by being married to the man of my dreams (at least I would … Continue reading Now, that’s strange (or may be not)!