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Top 6 Reasons Why You Must Visit Istanbul

Top 6 Reasons Why You Must Visit Istanbul

Istanbul, a wealthier cousin of Rome, is much more than the cliched ‘cultural melting pot.’ Walking down the streets of Istanbul is like watching the checkered history unfold before you. From the Byzantine churches with mosaics and frescoes to the magnificent mosque of the Ottomans, creations of the past accompany every traveler to Istanbul. This(…)

Published On: Thursday, August 20th, 2015
Top 10 Markets in London

Top 10 Markets in London

#1. Borough Market Southwark Street, SE1 The Borough Market in Southwark is the place to be for any food-lover. It is one of the largest and oldest food markets in London. The market is famous for an interesting mix of food and ingredients that come from all over the world. It boasts of a mouth-watering(…)

Published On: Wednesday, August 19th, 2015
10 Free things to do in Orlando, Florida

10 Free things to do in Orlando, Florida

Orlando, Florida, the city of theme parks, theme hotels, and theme attractions, has more to offer than just places with a ‘theme’ label. Yes, the theme labels are fantastical, beautiful, and famous, but there are still many things to see and do in the city. A number of those are completely free, even those with(…)

Published On: Tuesday, March 31st, 2015
An Insider’s Guide to Shopping in Seoul

An Insider’s Guide to Shopping in Seoul

South Korea has turned into a world-leading producer of electronics, clothes, cosmetics, and the list goes endlessly. The capital city Seoul is the hub of all commercial activity. The city is swiftly turning into a fashion capital of the world. The demands of the fast-paced fashion world can only be met in the markets in(…)

Published On: Tuesday, August 12th, 2014
Things to do in Old Montreal

Things to do in Old Montreal

Old Montreal – A land lost in time… An artist by profession, I was always mesmerized by various art styles. So, I was not disappointed when I decided to visit Montreal. The city of Montreal was established by French inhabitants, which can be seen  in the architectural style. All those details and carvings on the(…)

Published On: Monday, December 30th, 2013
Wild at Heart Florist, London

Wild at Heart Florist, London

The Wild at Heart florist can be found at the main entrance to Liberty, one of London’s best-known luxury department stores. Located on Great Marlborough Street, Wild at Heart boasts a wide range of beautiful and unusual blooms. Just choose the flowers you want and the team will turn them into a gorgeous bouquet. If(…)

Published On: Thursday, September 26th, 2013
Christopher St James

Christopher St James

This little jewellery shop is nestled along a narrow cobbled side street near London’s bustling Leicester Square. Christopher St James is a fabulously glamorous shop that stocks original designs and that too at a pretty reasonable price, which came as a welcome surprise. The shop is named after its owner, a jewellery designer who has(…)

Published On: Tuesday, September 24th, 2013
Brick Lane in London

Brick Lane in London

A walk down Brick Lane always reminds me how much I love London. For centuries, the area has been home to new waves of immigrants be it the Irish and the Jews to most recently becoming the hub for London’s Bangladeshi community. Located in the heart of the East End, this area was also once(…)

Published On: Thursday, September 12th, 2013
Mamlouk

Mamlouk

This is a treasure chest of a shop! Mamlouk is crammed with authentic Egyptian arts and crafts. From paintings and ceramics to handicrafts made out of wood and glass, if you like shopping you’re bound to be tempted by most of the things here. It’s a pretty small shop but in every nook and cranny(…)

Published On: Wednesday, September 11th, 2013
St. Christopher’s Place

St. Christopher’s Place

Right across Bond Street station and in between H&M and Intissimi on Oxford Street is a narrow alleyway leading to St Christopher’s Place, home to a smattering of boutiques and restaurants. Because of its discreet location, St Christopher’s Place almost seems an oasis of calm away from the crowds marching up and down Oxford Street.(…)

Published On: Friday, August 30th, 2013