Saturday, March 3, 2007


Ski, Skeeze, Ski Ski, Pirate, Meatball, Crazy,

Vada Pao

The only true fast food in Mumbai. Potatoes boiled and mashed with turmuric, chillies, spices. Then coated in batter and deep fried. Served in a small bun with garlic, red chilli and fried green chilli. yummmm

Saint-Sulpice Paris

Saint-Sulpice church is located in the Saint Germain neighborhood of Paris in the 6th district metro stop Saint-Sulpice.
The Da Vinci Code states that the Paris Meridian or the Rose Line as the book calls it, runs through Saint-Sulpice church. This is fiction. Yes, Saint-Sulpice has a meridian line but the one in Saint-Sulpice has nothing to do with the once zero-longitude line Paris Meridian. The meridian line in Saint-Sulpice is used to determine the winter solstice and Easter.


This is at home in Praneet. Cindy, Nami, Mom and I decided to get Mehandi done before we left to go back to the US. It stayed on for about 2 weeks. She was so good. It only took her 15 minutes to do each hand.


Nami and me.
"For there is no friend like a sister, in calm or stormy weather, to cheer one on the tedious way, to fetch one if one goes astray, to lift one if one totters down, to strengthen whilst one stands."
Christina G. Rossetti quotes (English Poet. 1830-1894)

Westin in St Marteen

Really nice pool. Cindy and I were looking forward to it and we had a great time.

It was loacted on Dawn beach which is in the Dutch side. The island is divided roughly in half between France and the Netherlands

Thursday, March 1, 2007

Maho Beach

Maho Beach is a beach situated in St Maarten in the Netherlands Antilles, on the dutch south side of the island.
Due to the fact that aircraft (including large passenger airliners such as Boeing 747s) fly very close over the beach it is very popular with plane spotters.

The local government warns that becoming too near of departing and arriving aircraft can "result in serious injury or death." It is one of the only places in the world today where you can view aircraft in their flightpath virtually just outside the end of the runway.