Sunday, July 24, 2016

Exploring the Picture Perfect Corners of Lucerne #SwitzerlandTravels Part 2

Read the first leg of our #SwitzerlandTravels here

Interlaken is a paradise for adventure lovers, from hiking, biking, paragliding, skiing there is a lot one can do. We had planned an early morning trek up to Harder Klum, followed by a lazy afternoon exploring the castles of Schloss Thun. However the rains had other plans for us. We waited till about noon for the skies to clear but no such luck, and although a bit disappointed we decided to continue our trip to the charismatic and charming city of Lucerne.

Views from the train

Friday, July 22, 2016

Two Hundred by @mansilausdeo @YuimiDemi #DailyChatter @blogchatter

I find writing short stories really difficult, the art of creating a punch in a few words and leaving the reader with a feeling of wanting more, is a challenge. Having tried my hand at writing 55 fiction, drabble and flash fiction, I was looking forward to reading Mansi And Yuimi's well curated and impeccably designed Two Hundred - an anthology of terribly twisted short stories.

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Snow, Smiles and Living the Dream #SwitzerlandTravels Part 1

As we walked out of the airport towards the city center, the red Rathaus shined through the Basel landscape oozing history and culture. It was a wet day and we had a couple of hours in Basel before catching a train to Interlaken, so after having a deliciously hearty meal we spent our timing lazing at the banks of the river Rhine.





Saturday, July 16, 2016

Through a Stranger’s Eyes @Maggielawate @blogchatter #DailyChatter

Living in London, adapting to a new country and its culture has not only made me embrace the unknown but has taught me a lot about myself and the world. When I read Maggie's 'Through a Stranger’s Eyes' which is a personal account of her life in America and how that time has shaped her personality, I couldn't help but feel an eerie connection.

Friday, July 8, 2016

'Aerogramme and other Poems' by @DivenitaEr @blogchatter


Nivedita, a fellow blogger, poetry aficionado and editor pours her heart out in 'Aerogramme and other Poems' and takes the reader on a vivid journey of memories. Memories that recapture 'everyday' moments in life. Few of them invoked a sense of nostalgia and few brought me closer to the beauty of passing moments.

Sunday, July 3, 2016

@edrelf Vision brings Hassle free Laundry to your doorstep @laundrapp

With my 9-5 job, I usually wait for the weekend to do the entire week's laundry. The flip side to that is I loose out on half a day with first putting the clothes in the washing machine, hanging the clothes for drying and finally ironing them. And most of the times, procrastination catches the better of me. The clothes keep piling up on the chair and when I finally get to them, ironed clothes come at the price of a strained back.

So I was very tempted when I got to know that just as a tap on my smart phone can get me an Uber or get me that cheesy pizza while lying on the couch, I could also with just a swipe get my clothes laundered with laundrapp.