Hi my dearies, I'm back with another fashionista..I set my eyes on latest CHANEL Latest Ad, had to share it with you. The usual Chanel ads are models posing, or some scenic locale. But this campaign really stands out for the originality of it. Gives you a feel of being transformed into another time doesnt it? Love, love, lovee it! CHANEL Latest Ad this summer gives you the Regal and Elegance. The look itself has captured my essence of style and glamour with such richness, I couldn't help but share it with you all.
Home Archive for May 2011
I know Monday blues might have taken you away to another work and busy lifestyle. Trust me, Ive been there..Here is some Summer looks and dresses that give you a fresh feel to fashion this summer! Have fun and enjoy them. Wanna go out with your friends on a summer day? Try these styles and get the summer feel all over again.. D&G has the cute colors for handbags! Denim was never made so much fun!! Here are the great ways to combine your dresses with denim and look so chic! D&G have such amazing sunglasses.
So it’s been over a while now since I returned from Sri Lanka and I have not blogged about it. Have you been wondering? (and if not, why not?). The truth is, the entire holiday was slightly underwhelming and I have been mulling over what was not quite right – actually, I knew what was wrong even while in Sri Lanka but I have been wanting to pen down the beauty and amazing locales of this place...
Holiday in Sri Lanka is ideal if you’re looking forward to have fun, enjoy the sunshine and frolic in white sandy beaches. where you can leave your footprints in white velvet sands, where you can enjoy wild life in Sri Lanka. I saw around 80 elephants were let loose and walking around with few people around them with a cane. That basically meant we could be attacked possibly and we were warned. However, the Coorgi blood in me was excited! In the first shot u can actually see the elephants behind me...hehe..
Sri Lankan Beaches are the most picturesque in the world. With Soft sound of waves and white sandy beaches you can experience the beauty of Sri Lanka. Trust me...spending hours of my time by the beaches,relaxing and enjoying the scenic beauty of blue skies took my breath away...Staying @ some of best hotels allowed us to indulge in nature mingling with the luxuries. Hotels like Taj Bentota, Taj Samudra, to name a few gave us a taste of the grand and traditional yesteryear, with the convenience of modern comforts.
Guatemala is by far one of the most beautiful destinations I have gone to..it has the some of the most amazing scenic beauties and you would really be mesmerized by its everyday beauty..When I was headed to this beautiful place. I found the people sooo friendly! I felt at home almost immediately. Culturally they are people who enjoy their lifestyle. Work is important but enjoying is more important! Partying, socialising and having a lotta fun is the daily routine of these locals. There i was unknown in this place new and completely wondering what this adventure for the next few months is about.
Antigua offers a very rare glimpse of the beauty of the Lake's and oceans. So weekends I spent exploring the city of Guat, it has beautiful monuments. Dont miss the 'TIKAL MAYA RUINS', they have some amazing history you shd definitely visit and read up on :) Also, the other places i lovedddd were Antigua and Panachel. Lake Atitlan is another attraction and tourist spot. Though this scenic place is untouched.
I've lived in Nepal for a year while I was growing up. Being a kid we lived in this independent house and I remember the people being very friendly and weather was always lovely. I would be on my little bike speeding across the house and my mom running after me hahha...but what I remember most about Kathmandu is the beautiful temples. They were magnificent.
I always looked forward to have a look at them and they have talk me so much in my life. The eyes of truth song from Enigma was actually filmed in Nepal. I absolutely love that song. Thats my experience in Nepal that they are spirtual people, very loving and caring. I actually made my hindi fluent in Nepal. We had a huge circle of family friends who would always be with us. It was one of fun filled memories of picnics, merriment, parties .
Nepal’s capital is a collection of tall, red-brick buildings clustered around holy temples and royal palaces. The city lies in the middle of the Kathmandu valley which is roughly thirty kilometres in diameter and affords the citizens of the ancient city-states of Bhaktapur, Patan and Kathmandu a mild climate year round.
The centre of each town is its ‘Durbar’ or ‘palace’ square with its collection of Buddhist and Hindu pagodas, (the majority of Nepalese are Hindu). Like any town square in the world, these are fascinating places to hang out and people watch.
On a positive note, the rugged environment and the fact that many Nepali men work abroad, means that women have much greater equality than elsewhere in Asia. The country is essentially a republic, too, after a crown prince wiped out most of the royal family in a frenzied killing spree one night in 2001.
The prince was crowned king as he lay in a coma only to die two days later. A long civil war ended in 2006. This country of deep tradition has had a rough transition into the modern world.
Kathmandu is a great city to walk, talk and shop but the best thing about it is you are never far from nature. A few kilometres in any direction and you sight green fields between the apartment blocks, a few kilometres further and you can be walking in a rainforest.
The Shivapuri National Park just to the north of the capital and should be hiked for. Visit the Tibetan gompa, (monastery) and experience buddishm and all its power.
Its been amazing living in Dubai.I have the fondest memories. And I have enjoyed my best days there. I was born in India but then moved to Dubai. That is where I had the opportunity to meet a lotta different cultures at a very young age. Here's me as a kiddo with my dad at Dubai beach hehe....Cute memories!! The picture below is dad and I in Dubai at the beach..
I still do have memories of the Costume parties at school when i was just 3! I was dressed like a Spider! LOl...some of the funniest memories. Living in Dubai as a kid all I remember was studying... Meeting friends or attending kiddies bday bashes. I think my recent vacations after college were some of the best. Most of the time I was spending time with my family and friends. A couple of hours roasting on the beach (although most of the time was spent in the water) and relaxing.
We went out to eat a few times, had to do some shopping at Malls . It's a huge place, loads of shops, everything from Gucci to Ralph Lauren, and loads of people of all cultures. And I still could not find stuff I liked, I'm just too choosy. Those holidays were a die-for.
I had to find shoes and ran around trying to find shoes I liked. When I found a pair, they were not available in my size. I eventually found a pair of really expensive designer shoes, avoided sharing the cost with my mother!. Shopping for hours seemed to pass by really quick coz the discounts and variety are immense.
Following week, in the afternoon we went to the beach and had a go at parasailing. It was great. When you got up into the air, it was so quiet and peaceful, and the view was just amazing, and with the clear water, you could see anything in the water. It was a bit windy that day, so there was a bit of tugging at the rope, but I would do it again in a heartbeat!!
That felt like a great experience to share wit you guys. Another amazing memory of my stay in Dubai i have is my friends! I was so lil but i made some really sweet classmates for Pals. I wish i could get in touch with them!! A shout out to all my lovely friends in Dubai!! :)
Hot is something Dubai may be for much – if not all – of the year. But when it comes to seriously ‘in’ holiday choices then this place is definitely ‘cool’. Why? Well, not only is it quick and easy to get too – it also has a night-perfect combination of sun, sand, sport and shopping. And they’re all underpinned by impeccable service standards that blend traditional Arab hospitality with the latest hi-tech comforts of the western world. Ive listed out some interesting info for you guys not to miss out if you plan to go to amazing
We lived in Manana, the capital city a plush area and great neighbourhood. So here goes, Bahrain was HOT! Like most of the gulf places. But we have the best familes and neighbours there were Indians!! I had my best friends living nearby and we would meet up in the evenings and just hang out. There were loads of playgrounds and I would remember being active in sports as well. Though the weather was hot, we never cared, it was just the carefree way of living.
Bahrain has that uniqueness to it for me when I remember it. The people were really simple and very caring. Arab girls were really naturally beautiful too by nature and looks. I was always fascinated to learn abt their language, which I took up in school.
The constant change in the places made me adapt to changes easily. Learning Arabic in our school group in ISB, had a combination of Arab, Americans and Indians...that exposure of kids at a very young age taught me a lot about bonding and understanding different people from all across cultures.
The only thing that saddens me in the middle east has been wars. Bahrain also faced in recent years a few difficult situations of huge fights and wars. Just the fact that innocent people and children get caught in the middle of these battles breaks my heart and I pray to god that they find their peace and happiness.
My message and learning has been to always appreciate people,the beauty that god has give you which is your life. It will feel good always and if you motivate and care about people from all across the world, it only reaps rewards. Dont hate or divide people. Dont judge or neglect people. The more you share and be caring, you are spreading love and kindness. :)