So far, I’ve been able to enjoy the warm glow of diyas without the ear-splitting din of firecrackers. I hope the rest of this Diwali follows suit, and that all Diwalis end up like today.
Can you tell how high the ceiling is? It’s difficult to get a sense of scale in a picture that was clicked looking straight up, isn’t it?
Tourist or resident, the best way to know a city is to traverse it on foot!
Clicked at Barcelona, Spain.
If my room had windows like this, I wouldn’t mind not having a view of the outside!
Clicked at Sagrada Família, Spain.
Mmm, I love it when a meal ends with different desserts on my plate that I can scoop small amounts of, and the yummy layers melt in my mouth for a lip-smacking experience. (Calories be damned!)
When you come across cane furniture, do you ever wonder about the weaving that gives it its structure?
It’s clever how this pattern looks like it’s made of a whole lot of intersecting squares whose corners form eight-pointed stars, but there are really no squares at all here.
At the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, Spain.