Natural History Museum, London

Here’s some food for imagination: What if dinosaurs never went extinct? I mean, that would be a world where you’re on a nice little road trip down a winding, forested hill and suddenly, instead of a deer crossing the road, there’s a full grown Triceratops trotting across tar to the other side. Also, there would be no chance of scuba diving if our reptilian predecessors … Continue reading Natural History Museum, London

London In Museums!!!! Part 1

‘A museum is a place where one should lose one’s head.’  Said Renzo Piano once. And then he went and built The Shard. In truth, he was talking about Versailles or the French Revolution Section of any museum, where more than one person lost their head but right here, right now, we’re gonna cross the Channel and take the Tube to Tottenham Court Road and … Continue reading London In Museums!!!! Part 1

Her Majesty! Queen!

Here’s a question: What made a colourful artist, a mad-haired scientist, a blonde dentist and a shy electrical engineer a global rage and a storming sensation? Well, for starters, Imma introduce the gentlemen and then, Imma answer that question. Put Your Hands Together, for…. HER MAJESTY! QUEEN! They are the champions of the world right there! And without further ado, let’s begin answering my own … Continue reading Her Majesty! Queen!

Mamma Mia! The best of fictional mums.

Here’s a question I ask myself often; What is my go-to solution for any problem, however major or minor it may be? Here’s the answer, I sit down and think through the problem patiently before doing anything off the rocker cause no problem can be solved problematically. And then I call for my mum. In fact, 99.9% of the times, I call my mum. And … Continue reading Mamma Mia! The best of fictional mums.

The Culinary Angle: Mediterranean

And that, Ms. Woolf, is the bedrock on which life was created. On today’s episode of ‘The Culinary Angle’, I serve you: The Mediterranean. More specifically, the food in the nations surrounding it cause sea water if not filtered and processed is inedible and that would dissolve the whole point of this post just as it dissolves the humongous salt content. Alright, here goes…. 1.Greece. … Continue reading The Culinary Angle: Mediterranean