That kiss in the train.

A few nights go, while my housemates and I were having our nightly conversation, this cropped up, “You write about your travels, don’t you write about anything else? The people you meet, the food…” I looked at her and wondered how to relay these things on the Internet without appearing ostentatious to readers. After all,…

Part 2: An Afternoon in Honfleur

The harbor town of Honfleur remains a pleasant surprise of Normandy. Situated approximately 2 hours north-west of Paris, it has a laidback and lazy weekend feel to it as numerous yachts laps against the lazy Seine current. Yet, a few centuries ago, this place was a fortress that was mainly tasked to keep out the…

Paris Series Part 1: Place Monge, a place for Crepes.

Taken from ParisAvant.com Walking on the cobbled streets of Place Monge remains one of my best kept memories of Paris. Situated in the 5th arrondissement, I remember the clear silence that permeates the square and the whistling of leaves, urging me to discover their centuries old secret. My uncle has been raving to me about the…