Most people from countries with strong brands (USA, Japan, Germany, etc.) probably can’t relate to this (McDonalds, BMW, and Sony are everywhere!). But as an Indian, when I travel abroad and see an Indian brand, it somehow fills me with irrational happiness. It doesn’t make any sense because I have … more »
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From the land that brought you clear beer, sugar cubes and contact lenses (that’s right: the Czech Republic invented all of that!) we shall bring you much more!
TRDLO – I can’t pronounce it, but I can eat it!
Last summer while walking around Prague we came upon a cute little pastry shop in the city center. As it always is with pastries, we couldn’t resist and ducked in for a quick bite. After looking at many delectable delicacies, we decided to settle on the WORLD FAMOUS CZECH TRDLO. … more »
FOOD PORN: a year of Food Around the World
It has been over a year since I put together “The Yummiest Blog Post of the Year“. As a fan of food (or food porn whenever actual food is not around), I like looking at photos of delicious meals from around the world. Ethnic food, weird eats, indulgent sweets and … more »
Bohemian Town Center
During our days in Prague we took a trip to Bohemian Paradise, also known as Cesky Raj. We rented a car and drove through the stunning Czech countryside to Turnov, a little town about an hour away. Bohemian Paradise is really picturesque with it’s old castles, jagged rocks, sprawling grasslands … more »
The streets of Brno
We spent a few days in Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic and one of the most important in the region of Moravia. Brno is a really pleasant town and we spent a day walking around taking in the beautiful buildings in the city center. There are … more »
Within the walls of a Czech castle
As we were driving from Brno (I love how they put several consonants together with no vowels, this one’s pronounced like: BurrNaw) to Český Krumlov (read: Cheskee Krumlov) in the Czech Republic, we decided to stop for a bit at Telč. (pronounced sort of like: Telch) We were so glad that … more »