What do you think of when you hear the words New York? A diverse array of cultures, religions, food, fashion and lifestyles. Last but not the least we will not forget the drinking culture of New York City. Yes indeed …Read More »
The climate here is unique due to its subtropical location, moderated by ocean on three sides of the country. The weather and the terrain (or terroir for the wine snobs) make it very suitable to the first MUST TRY …Read More »
Name : Karishma Grover
Designation : Winemaker
Corporation : Grover Vineyards
If I wasn’t making wine, I’d be… :
I don’t know! I think I have found my passion quite early on, and am very grateful for that!
Favourite …Read More »
The Scottish Bar – A Welcome Return
After 12 years living in SE Asia, I have returned to Scotland and its capital city Edinburgh. There were many things I missed while overseas and one of them was the good old …Read More »
Day 2 was planned as a road trip, which with a visit to 6 bars and restaurants promised a state of satiation by the end of the day. What the hell, I thought to myself, I’m in Goa.
My first …Read More »
There’s a pair of women’s legs hanging on the wall at one end of the bar, and the speculation around our table is if the legs are crossed or open, as it’s not immediately obvious. Given that the bar is …Read More »
A cry for help to the Tulleeho FB group, brought forward a flurry of suggestions, and the one and a half free days I had in Goa, before my alumni reunion took over, seemed too short to make ends meet, …Read More »
O’Coqueiro, Povorim, Goa
It might seem strange now, but in the 1980’s, 1986 to be precise, O’Coqueiro, a bar / restaurant in Goa, was supposedly one of the few places which boasted a telephone …Read More »
I’m in Hyderabad for the second time this year and this time I decided to venture out and visit a few of the famous bars here.
Wednesdays – The best day to go out in the middle of the week …Read More »