Barceloneta is a neighbourhood in the city of Barcelona that overlooks the beach. Tourists, like myself on chilly day in April, spend time walking the entire stretch of the boardwalk that is lined with restaurants, surf shops, bike rentals, bars, etc. In fact, you’ll find people walking, running, biking, skateboarding all along because the stretch … Continue reading Homeless Simpson on La Barceloneta
Ever since I moved out of Mumbai in 2011, I’ve revisited the city at least once every year. Last year, I even went twice. Surprisingly, or not so surprisingly in my case, every time I passed the MTNL building in Bandra, what I did not know was that I was passing India’s largest mural. Last … Continue reading Did you know this is India’s largest mural?
Las Ramblas is Barcelona’s prime street, located in the centre of the city. It’s a beautiful, bustling boulevard lined with shops, restaurants, hotels, a market and even a couple of museums. It’s also where I saw Galileo, John Lennon and the Devil, just a few steps away from each other. Presenting the living statues of Barcelona: Continue reading Living statues of Barcelona
Falling ill when you’re travelling on a holiday is not exactly ideal. But it’s one of those things that you sometimes have no control over. Before you know it, the fatigue you thought was a result of yesterday’s extensive sightseeing and the drippy nose that you thought was just your deviated septum acting up again, is … Continue reading How to survive a cold in Madrid