Category: Tips ‘n’ Tricks

Tips 'n' Tricks

Tips for Eating Alone while Travelling Solo

Eating alone, especially dining alone on solo travels can be daunting. Here are my tips for eating alone like a boss and enjoying it.

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A Guide to Comfort Travel for Aging Parents

Travelling with aging parents, from the corner table, #fromthecornertable, #travellingwithparents #travelwithparents #travelwithagingparents

The past month has been spent happily basking in the English summer sun and revelling in the much needed family time with the three of us – the parents and me – heading down to spend time with the elder sister and brother-in-law who’ve set up home in UK. The parents also wanted to travel …

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Your Guide to Azerbaijan

Follow my blog with Bloglovin On an average day, rolling out of bed seems to be the hardest thing to be done. But occasionally, I wake up ready to take on the world, my heart pounding with the excitement of having achieved something. Even if it is something minor. Like perhaps having convinced you to …

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Travel Checklist – Print, Pin, Plan

Travel Tips, from the corner table #fromthecornertable

My idea of packing has always been to create a huge pile of ‘things to carry’ in one corner of my bed. That pile invariably covers the whole bed leaving me a sliver of space to sleep in. And then, say half a day before I am to leave, I will start frantically dumping things into the bag, much to the exasperation of Maa who loves her things organised.

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Churning out Homemade Chhana/Paneer

Ladies and gentlemen, I learned to make chhana. Chhana is a kind of cheese curd made from milk by adding food acid. Similar to cottage cheese, chhana is the base of several Indian and especially Bengali sweets.

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Some How-What-Why for Your Athens Trip

Its summer and everyone is planning their summer holiday! And I have been peppered with queries about Athens.
There is not much you cannot do in Athens primarily because tourism being among the main industries, there is a lot of freedom you will enjoy provided you are careful.

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‘Trust Your Gut!’ Tips from a Solo Female Traveller

‘Trust your gut!’ Tips from a solo female traveller, from the corner table, #fromthecornertable

I strongly feel vulnerability is not specific to gender, age or region. A lone individual in a foreign country may be considered easy prey and rather than allow the fear of “What if!” inhibit our movement and the joy of travel, a few conscious measures could make the trip a memorable experience in the good way.

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How to Travel Solo: Tips from an Expert

How to travel solo, from the corner table, #fromthecornertable

Can I go for another vacation please? I know, I know. You’ll say, “Girl, you just got back from a 10-day trip and you want to go off again?” But travelling is my tonic.

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Travelling with Strangers

Travelling with a group of strangers can be a challenge for everyone involved and a learning experience too. Depending on the kind of people you’ve been thrown in with, you might forge friendships for life or have your patience tested by a self-centred travelling duo.

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Gifts, Tips and some Scottish Memories

fromthecornertable, from the corner table

Ask me about the most ‘stressful’ part of travelling and I would say understanding the local habits/culture to avoid a faux pas and buying souvenirs for those at home. Overtly concerned about the first before my Scotland trip since I was travelling alone, I spent a major chunk of my time at the Bristol Airport – while waiting for the flight to Edinburgh – doing some research about the dos and don’ts while in Scotland.

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An easy khoya recipe

Khoya and its ingredients, #fromthecornertable

Khoya is a dairy product that forms the base of several sweet dishes in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan.

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Quick Tips for a Cake Stall

So here is my contribution to the world of lists – this one for those who are planning to put up cake stalls in the near future. Or just love collecting lists. Most of these ‘to do’ can be applied to food stalls too.