Having consumed croissants at the rate of roughly 1 /day during the first 6 months after my arrival in Paris, suffice to say that I know a thing or two about why croissant is so popular. Here are some of the reasons why I love them. If I get a little too theatrical in how I profess my love for croissants in this piece, don’t say I didn’t warn you beforehand
Hoi An is a food-lover's paradise. The cultural influences from its Japanese, Chinese and French heritage is also visible in its food. Here, I bring you my favourite places to eat and drink in Hoi An, as well as some general tips for when it comes to dining in Hoi An.
The best word to describe Hoi An is ‘charmed”. The tiny streets lined with postcard worthy houses and lanterns will make you feel as if you are walking around on a movie set. Here are the top things to do in Hoi An and some travel tips for you to optimize your visit to this magical town.
The idea of travelling in Paris can be intimidating but as long as you are mindful of basic Parisian dos and don’ts, there is no reason why you won’t have the time of your life in the city of love. Here is a list of things you must not do in Paris, and the things that you should be doing instead.
For my husband and I, being in an inter-cultural marriage (him being French and I, Indian) opened up a world of tastes and experiences. It has also made us confront some of our own cultural hang-ups around food, food-combinations and habits. Join me as I talk about some of my adventures in adjusting to my French husband’s food rituals.