Looking for a quiet getaway? Head to Panchgani, near Mumbai says Harnoor Channi-Tiwary. Clouds flit through the trees, finding their way around the woods. There is no sound of motorcars or honking, only that of raindrops pattering over the cottage roof. The birds chirp as they return to their homes this time of dusk. Crickets make the hill come alive with their incessant banter. My wrist watch loses its significance here. The only measure of time is the pattern of the sun, as it rises and sets ... Rediff.com, 5 days ago
Rather than vegetating before the television, make the most of your long weekend! Harnoor Channi Tiwary has these suggestions! The holiday calendar this year is a sight for sore eyes. With long weekends galore, it is wise to plan your vacations in advance so that you are not stuck at the last moment. And while you may have missed the Independence Day weekend (try getting a hotel booking now), there are a lot more you can make the most of! Here is a list of quick weekend getaways for you to ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
All roads in Mumbai lead to Mohammed Ali Road every Ramzan. This year is no exception says Harnoor Channi Tiwary The month of Ramzan brings with it the excitement of Iftar feasting. Foodies from all over Mumbai brave the torrential rains, static traffic and juggle their busy schedules to get their taste of Iftar delicacies. But the countless suggestions and the plethora of options available make choosing their destination a difficult task. In an attempt to make it simpler for you to plan your ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
There is much to explore in the Bangalore food circuit beyond MTR points out Harnoor Channi Tiwary There is something about Bangalore that has always appealed to me. The charm of a small town, the abundance of greenery, lovely little alcoves where you can lose yourself and not to mention, the food. Bangalore has some of the most varied food options in the country available at every price point. This prompted me to plan a weekend in the city solely dedicated to food. A foodie weekend with the ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Le Pain Quotidien (LPQ), a global restaurant chain started in Belgium in 1990 has managed to transform a little part of Mumbai into Europe itself, says Harnoor Channi-Tiwary Some restaurants have the ability to transport you into another world. They could do it with exceptional food, warm service or well designed interiors. But it is rare that any one place is able to achieve a balance of all three. Le Pain Quotidien (LPQ), a global restaurant chain started in Belgium in 1990 has managed to ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!