Cherry Blossom Watch in High Park Our move to Toronto was my next big adventure when life in Dhaka had seemed to reach its height. Don't get me wrong, we Alhamdulliah had a great and blessed life in Dhaka; surrounded by love, comfort and in some cases luxuries. I was working in the family business … Continue reading Coming To Terms (Part I)
I have been inactive in my blog for a couple of months now. That's what happens when you decide to move across continents and call a new city your home. It's only recently, I have had the time and the mind set to work on my blog again, taking baby steps to slowly revamp and … Continue reading To New Beginnings
This is a message I woke up to recently: "Hey, I want to hear about your struggles to establish minimalism during the trip. For example, did you spend less time choosing the perfect outfit for the day (since you have not taken many)? Did that extra time and relatively clutter-free brain help you to connect … Continue reading Traveling as a Minimalist
My love for street-food knows no bounds. Which is why, I have been eating (and clicking) away in my recent trip to India. India has such a versatile street-food scene that you are bound to stop over and try the unique but tasty options out there! Want something spicy and crunchy? Turn to the bhel-puris … Continue reading From the Streets of India
In the end, this is all that remains : a sweet memory and longing to go for more. Its like a amazing date that ended rather abruptly. As unusual as it is, on my third visit to this city in India, when I stayed only for a day, I fell in love with Kolkata! … Continue reading Oh! Kolkata!
For the last four years, my husband and I have been travel partners in so many places that it almost felt weird not to have him beside me this time around. I was excited to tick off an item in my bucket list- travel with my mum; but part of me remained in Dhaka. So … Continue reading * Hubby I Miss You *