Punaauia beach (Tahiti)

Spend a day in Tahiti, a largest island in French Polynesia, and you would be forgiven for thinking you are in a swanky Hollywood movie. Tahiti which spans over 644 square kilometers consists of mountain peaks reaching over 7000 feet, deep green valley are covered with lush rain forests; cascading waterfalls that drop into rivers and streams and, flat coastal land that is covered with emerald green fields.A popular haunt of many A-list celebr Read more...

Flamenco Beach (Culebra Island)

A magic island surrounded by truly a unique variety of flora and fauna found nowhere else in the world. The crystal clear and sparkling blue water reflects the excitement in your eyes, white sand stretching out a far, a chilled Pina colada in hand and a beautiful sunset in sight. Sounds dreamy? It certainly is. No trip to Puerto Rico is complete without a day spent lazing at this horseshoe shaped Flamenco Beach. Go for a relax swim in the glassy- Read more...

Barcelona (Spain)

Ask for the Sea Food paellaKnown for its rocking nightlife, Barcelona is also a gourmet's paradise. To explore the variety of food here, visit the La Boqueria market next to Liceu, Barcelona's opera house. The best products from catalonia wines, cheeses, candied fruit and seafood find place here.If it's paella you crave, go to the city's main historic centre, next to placa Catalunya. The best by far is at Lombardo, on Ramba catalufiya. Th Read more...

Paris (France)

Step out and start walking till you find the perfect little Bistro to lunch at or that quaint patisserie that calls out to you with the smell of freshly baked croissants. Don't forget to try the many crepe stalls dotting various parts of the city.Take in a vitality brimming from the streets and the avenues and keep your eyes open for surprising little details. Leave the to-do list behind and find your own special corner, away from all the usu Read more...

Bordeaux (France)

We have all known and enjoyed French croissants, crepes and cheeses. But how many of us can claim to know the hundreds of different wines as vineyards. And if you enjoy roaming the country side, you may be in for fascinating experience.There are seven wine- producing regions across France-Alsace, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Loire, Provence and the Rhone valley-and each region is famous for its own peculiar kind of wine.If it's red wine you prefer Read more...

Brussels (Capital of Belgium)

Dust Sugar on WaffelesThis tiny European country is a connoisseur's delight. Every little town and city is replete with culinary miracles such as waffles. Belgian fries, chocolates, pancakes, grilled ham-cheese sandwich, mussels and the croque monsieur. Quaint little cafs with terraces beckon you in Brussels, Antwerp and Bruges, where you can sit back and enjoy hot coffee on a cold day or one of the many Belgian beers when it's warm. Belgian Read more...