I will be joining UCLA Anderson for a full time MBA program starting July! … More To Los Angeles!
Sometime last year, around the month of May, the discussion on what I should probably do with my career added to the summer heat under a balcony fan that barely helped. We had just come back from our vacation in Europe and were about to plan the next one. Yes, I know my travelogues have … More When things get moving…
So here I am continuing to write on the adventure bathing experiences I’ve had in the last few years. I know a few people who do not enjoy bathing, but for me it is a complete joy. Even at home I try to create varying bathing experiences each day to distance myself from the monotony. … More Feel alive bathing at the Strawberry Park Hot Springs in Colorado
So pancakes. I mentioned in my previous blog post that pancakes are my greatest discovery from the 3 trips to the United States. I love eating pancakes. Unfortunately, as with bagels, we do not get them easily in India thanks to some pretty awesome local variations that we very well know as Dosas, Uttappams, or … More Food Experiment – Fluffy American Pancakes
One of the best foods I have been introduced to in the United States, are Bagels (pancakes remain the best, bagels come second). They are round buns with a hole in the center, are typically cut midway such that they splits into two circular pieces of bread each. They are eaten baked or baked and … More Food Experiment – New York Style Bagels
Recently, I purchased a 75mm-300mm telephoto lens for my DSLR. Eager to click, I set out with my kit. I clicked a lot of pics, hundreds of pics on my first two outings with it. I got some good shots. Clicking pics like the ones above, is not called ‘stalking’. I knew about this as … More #298 People, and rules of photographing people in public
You have perhaps seen prettier photographs, but this is what I saw :) I am not sure if a 1000 words would be enough to justify the beauty of the place I visited. I thought San Francisco was the prettiest place I have ever visited, till I visited Colorado. Thanks Patrik Da, thanks to you … More #297 Colorado Rocky Mountains
Willis (Sears) Tower, from the Grant Park Seen at the Millennium Park Polish Rally at Grant Park. 1 of every 12 Americans is of Polish descent.
The first time I heard or read the word Tulip was sometime in kindergarten. As with all uncommon flowers, I did not care to remember what they looked like in the book. There was also a guy named Tulip in my college, and I think Tulip Joshi is one of the prettiest persons I have … More #295 Tulips on the Magnificent Mile
Chicago again, Spring 2010
Come the weekend and it rains. Terrible weather ensured that I could not visit the Skydeck on Willis (Sears) Tower. It also ensured that I could not take breathtaking photos. Urggggh. I hate this weather. Cold rains are unwanted. This, on my third visit to Chicago. This also happens to be my first post from … More #292 Boring Rains
Last year on my trip to US, I visited San Francisco during one of the weekends. San Francisco, or SFO is characterised by a high standard of living, and high income working groups. The Silicon Valley is just around the corner, and that attracts a very large number of immigrants from many other countries especially … More #289 Wow! San Francisco…
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Yes I know it is totally lame to have just two posts in the last month, but here it is… The above wallpaper is for widescreen monitors (1280 x 800p). Those who wish for a regular (1024 x 768p) click here. You may find it sad, but that is how I am feeling right now~ … More #271 November 2009 Wallpaper