Grenada is an island country located in the Caribbean. It’s a beautiful place which offers golden, sandy beaches, crystal blue water, but also exciting rainforest with wonderful waterfalls and amazing flora. People are very, very friendly and I personally believe this place is still underrated on the world’s tourism map. Let’s visit Grenada!Read More
Spring has finally come- Yupi !!!!
The nature is waking up and blossom is on the way 🙂 The whole world outside starts getting beautiful colours. We say ‘goodbye’ to greyish and gloomy weather and welcome fresh, wonderful spring 🙂
If everything around has started becoming so colourful, why not to do the same with ourselves and especially our kids? I’m talking here strictly about clothing.
Let’s forget dark and dull black, navy, grey and brown. Let’s enjoy and have fun with yellow, red, green, blue, pink, orange, purple or full mix of colours 🙂
Dal (Daal), according to me, is the most common, traditional and famous Indian dish (next to rice and rotis/chapatis). Dal is a term used for dried, split legumes/pulses ( such as lentils, beans and peas). However, in Indian cuisine it refers mostly to lentils and any dish made from these.
There are many types of lentils. You can make the whole lentil rainbow, because there are so many different colours of lentils 🙂 There are white, yellow, red, green, brown and even blue lentils (grown in France and Italy)!
I have a very exciting news! 🙂 I have been nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award for the first time. I can’t tell you how surprised and happy I am right now. I am a new blogger. I don’t even know much about blogging- whether I am doing it right or wrong, whether I make any typical blogging mistakes (If I do, please, correct me always!) or not, whether my writing makes any deeper sense or not, etc. That’s why this award is extremely uplifting and gives me lots of power & hope that there are people who want to read my blog 🙂Read More
As you know, my son is half-Indian and half-Polish (well, he is British in reality :P). He is a mixed child and his personality totally reflects that. He has got a lof of Polish habits, but his hot Indian blood tries the best to be the most visible 🙂 Well, even his British side fights hard to be there noticeable 😛 Tough life 😛Read More
Expats are North Americans, Europeans and Australians, while Asians, Middle Easterns, Africans and South Americans are mostly considered as immigrants. A highly educated PhD academic from India will be a highly qualified immigrant in Europe whereas a German worker (bartender) or a British retired person in Thailand will be always regarded as expats.
Do you agree with it?
Imagine, you have never been to India before. You are a foreigner, possibly European/American/Australian. You have just landed at one of the airports in India. You are quite tired after a lengthy journey, but excited and ready for a holiday or a business trip. After walking quite a long distance you get stuck in a queue to passport control counter. You feel like half of the world wants to enter India today and everybody chose the same port of entry like you. Anyways, after a while you get the stamp in your passport. Then you collect your luggage, go to the toilet and start noticing…Read More