Wayne Barker – A South African mixed-media artist

K and I are not really the art-sy types and although we have gone for exhibitions in the past, it’s not something we do very often. However, yesterday we made an exception and went for the opening of Wayne Barker’s latest exhibition, the Normal Man. Barker is one of South Africa’s most talented and notorious mixed-media…

Best beaches in South Goa

This is the third and final installment of the Goa series. A general introduction and details on North Goa can be found here and here. The golden sands of South Goa beaches stretch from Majorda all the way up to the ramparts of the Cabo de Rama fort. This part of Goa is more serene…

Best beaches in North Goa

As promised, I am back with another installment of my Goa series. The first part can be found here. Goa and its beaches are largely divided into two parts – the north and the south. The beaches in the north are considered to be more vibey with more pubs and party places while the southern beaches are known…

GOA – memories of the sun, the sea and King’s!

Goa needs no introduction. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India, attracting thousands of international as well as domestic holiday makers each year. It’s sunny beaches, (almost) white sands, Portuguese-inspired food, warm and friendly people,  and the promise of an idyllic holiday is enough to entice anyone. I first visited the laid-back, serene…

Delhi – A foodie’s delight

It’s been two weeks since I got back from our three-week holiday in India and I am having major withdrawal symptoms. Although the trip was far from a holiday – what with the city hopping, long waits at the airport, hours spent in traffic and the mad rush to be someplace all the time. The…