A burning sky

The summer is full on. The earth feels like a baking cake. The heat wave tries to burn us while the hot air blows us away. But we still love watching a burning sky. Don’t we ? 😀

burning sky in Goa @lemonicks.com

Burning sky in Goa.

Don’t you think that the naughty Sun is … Read the rest

How important is a ladies bathroom ?

We visit places of worships, museums or historical monuments. We talk about the great architecture, memorable history and interesting lifestyles related to them. Mostly these stories are built around the affluent and powerful residents of the place.
How often do we talk about a common man or his living habits ? Or much obvious things ?

Almost never.

One such place is bathroom. One of the most neglected rooms in a common … Read the rest

The Year That Was

Another year. Another set of to-dos. And a time to take stock… Don’t frown for this late post, we are still in January month. 🙂

Year 2008 was a good year in terms of travel for me. I managed to balance between my work related and personal travels. All the trips were short since now I don’t go on long term trips.
In the year 2008 I have been to a few places abroad (USA & Europe) and in India. I am yet to write about my foreign trips mostly because I hardly get to see a newer … Read the rest

Goa, an experience – XII (Food)

Visitors to Goa tend to think that food and drink in Goa means the famous fish, curry, rice and the feni package I have already written about and I was no different. Not wrong completely as for most Goans these are indeed the three basic food items – fish, curry and rice.
But like the land itself, Goan cuisine boasts of different flavours and tastes such as Konkani, Portuguese and the Bahamani Nawabi traditions of its culinary delicacies. The sea foods are used abundantly in preparing different types of fish, prawns, mussels, oysters, crabs and many more.

Food at Spice Read the rest