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Rendezvous With London – Part 2

by Shambodeb Lahiri

Now talking about the clubs, I really do not know where I should start from as London houses some of the top private clubs. While, it was not possible to visit all the ...

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Eatspace & Artspace To Space Art: Houston Has It Huge

by Rita Bhimani

You have to tackle Texas as you would impale a 22-ounce rib-eye steak. For you have to choose which chunk you wish to take in, from the second largest of the US states,...

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Rendezvous With London – Part 1

by Shambodeb Lahiri

There are many similarities between London and Kolkata. Both have history, art and culture with British, gothic structures and a number of clubs. One of the reason I lo...

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Amsterdam, Land Of Cheese And Canals

by Ronita Mohan

Everyone you know has been to Amsterdam. Well, now it is your turn. Amsterdam is unlike any other city you’ve visited. A mixture of history and modernity, Amsterdam i...

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On The Road To Chichen Itza – And The Discovery Of ‘Zero’

by Tehnaz Dastoor

The reason for our recent trip to Mexico was to visit one of the 7 Modern Wonders of the World and a declared Unesco World Heritage Site (1988) – Chichen Itza – loc...

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Good Hope And Eternal Damned

by Rajen Bali

Once upon a time, I was on a ship which was going around the Cape of Good Hope, making for the West African port, Boma. It was a rather stormy day and I could not indul...

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Fruitcake Forever

by Rajen Bali

Fruitcake is the cake with the maximum shelf life. How long can it be kept? 100 years? 200 years? Forever? The shelf life of the ...

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From Russia To Kolkata – With Love, Borscht, Stroganoff, And…..

by Rajen Bali

The Russian Food Festival, held at The Swissotel, was perhaps the first ever Russian food promotion in the city. It is a matter of surprise as Russia has a rich food cu...

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Istanbul

by Supriya Newar

The only city where ‘How do you do’, meets ‘Salam alaikum’; where muffins meets baklawa; where hookah meets malt; East meets West, where....you get the picture ...

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On Way To Luxor: Glimpses Of Edfu And Esna

by Abhishek Kar

The evening at Kom Ombo in southern Egypt had been quite hectic and swayed by the boat, our floating hotel, we slept like babies. So, when the phone next to my bed rang...

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To Beijing, With Music

by Rita Bhimani

Ever since my return from China, I have been hearing other peoples’ stories on their travels, which made me feel wholly inadequate about what I had experienced and in...

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I Love Paris….In The Autumn, When Its Veggie!

by Rita Bhimani

So you are still in that chanson-led mindset about loving Paris in the springtime? Change of tack, and heart please, especially as Paris in October, in the autumn could...

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