The Stories that Are.. Vol. 2

Well, its not really the week that was, its more like the weeks that were! I realize that I might not be able to update this segment every week as I might not have been able to go through so much in one week, or blogs and articles that I’ve read are not that inspiring in that period of time. Perhaps, I might find something exciting in less that a week too! Henceforth, I change this series to the ‘Stories that Are… ‘ instead of the ‘Week that Was..’ as the storiesย and content are of most importance.

This edition continues to be a mixture of poetry, travel, pictures, and yes.. food!

1. A beautiful poem derived from a random picture.

2. Some beautiful pictures of London (a city very close to my heart) by Mrs. Dotty W.

3. There are two posts from TantoVerde that I really loved
a. About Signage :
b. About Venice (nostalgia!) :

4. Handle the Heat – another wonderful food blog which gets me salivating everytime I get an update.

Until next time…

3 Replies to “The Stories that Are.. Vol. 2”

  1. Oh, I came to read you blog… and found myself ๐Ÿ˜€ Why wordpress never sends me notifications? ๐Ÿ™‚ Venice is an amazing place, so surreal, but I painfully love Rome.

    1. I think you did not get a notification because I just pasted a link. I did not link it to the blog I guess. Next time, instead of wordpress, I will send you the notification ๐Ÿ™‚

      Out of the places I’ve visited in Italy, Florence was my absolute favorite! Its like a quaint city stuck in a time warp. It was just so lovely. Naples, on the other hand, was just like India. Loud and crazy!

      1. Hahaha, Naples was the scariest place, I was super happy to escape to Pompeii as soon as possible. ๐Ÿ™‚ Next time I will go there with somebody local. And Florence… it is so nice in the center, and so ugly a little bit out of the center. But you are totally right – it is as if frozen in time, with all its mysteries ๐Ÿ™‚ Do you know that it is possible to pass from Uffizi to Palazzo Pitti without going out, through a secret gallery above ponte Vecchio?

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