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That perfectly timed click - Lodi Art District
The biker dudes at Lodi Art District
Art meets Art - A group of young dancers prepare to make a video in front of a mural at Lodi Art District.
An elderly gentleman sits on a charpai in front of a street mural at the Lodi Art District, New Delhi.
The petite courtyard at Guppy in New Delhi. Apt since it’s located in the Lodi Art District.
Street Art - Up Close, and Personal!
Spent a few minutes admiring a piece at Lodi Art District from up close. Weirdly enough, this is now among my all-time favourite street art photos.
The Sushi Bar at Pra Pra Prank. I quite liked their various “work stations” in terms of the architecture and decor. Whether it’s the bar, the open kitchen, or the sushi bar, each one had its own personality, and somehow all of then complemented each other.
An explosion of colour and liquor - Bar scene from Pra Pra Prank!
The trend of open kitchens continues with this rather busy one (in terms of the decor and the activity inside) at Pra Pra Prank.
Fun on the carousel 🎠- Vevey, Switzerland
Posing with some street art in Evian, France
Fun Fact: When in Switzerland, you can use your Swiss Train Pass to take a ferry across Lake Geneva to France. Yviore and Evian are two French towns that are especially popular with day visitors.
Street-art + Street-sculpture + A couple of munchkins —— Lausanne, Switzerland
Taken on a cold Montreux morning as we were waiting to take the Chocolate Train
It’s a lovely full-day trip that took us to Gruyeres and Broc to see the Cheese and Cailler chocolate factory respectively. We also got to spend some time in Gruyeres which is a lovely mountain village you should visit or stay at for a couple of days. .
On a different note, I am presently writing about all the street-art that we saw while traveling in Switzerland. The surprising aspect was that besides the conventional street-art we got to see lots more in the form of some cool water fountains and sculptures.
Somewhere in Lauterbrunnen - One of the most stunning places we visited in Switzerland.
There’s something infectiously fun about boat rides. While in Switzerland, we decided to go with the Swiss Train Pass, and to our surprise, along with buses and funiculars being included in that, the boats that run on Lake Geneva were also “free”. .
As a result, we took a few boat rides during our time and even went across to Evian, France one day from Lausanne. Again, the boat/ferry across to Evian was part of the Train Pass and we didn’t have to pay anything extra.
On our way back from Jungfraujoch we had to get off at one of the smaller stations for a pee break. With about 45 minutes till the next train, the little ones got down to practising their dance moves keeping us and the everyone else entertained.
The wonderful part about Switzerland is that it’s amazingly pretty, and even an unplanned stop in a tiny place can lead to spectacular views of the alps.
Good weather can make all the difference. We were blessed with a sunny day on our trip to Jungfraujoch, and as a result, the kids got to play in the snow. .
Although, I do recommend going all the way up, I’m not sure how much fun it would be without getting a chance to be out and about in the snow.
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