Nerd’s Eye View : Bruges, Belgium

Bruges, an hour away from the capital city of Brussels by train, is one of the major cities in Belgium that has recently gained popularity as a tourist destination because it offers rich Belgian history and culture. Picturesque cobbled lanes and dreamy canals link photogenic market squares lined with soaring towers, historical churches and lane after lane of old whitewashed almshouses. It’s been described as like … Continue reading Nerd’s Eye View : Bruges, Belgium

Lost – The Show That Changed TV Forever

Whenever we see Redditors sweating out elaborate theories about our favorite TV shows now-a-days, it’s because of Lost. Whenever we see deep-dive online recaps, it’s because of Lost. Networks preferring a shorter, more compressed series with a definitive ending in mind.. ? That’s because of Lost. Lost changed TV in a defining manner, for better and for worse… The seeds of the current golden age of television, … Continue reading Lost – The Show That Changed TV Forever

Nerd’s Eye View : Thimphu, Bhutan

The capital of one of the world’s most intriguing destinations, Thimphu combines a natural small-town feel with a new commercial hub that gives a mix to the country’s natural conservatism and Shangri La image. Thimphu is home to approximately 100,000 inhabitants including the Royal family. Its called the beating heart of the country, its the commercial hub of the nation and by far the most modern city … Continue reading Nerd’s Eye View : Thimphu, Bhutan

Podcast Review : The Football Ramble

Homepage : The Football RambleListen here : iTunes , ACAST , Stitcher It’s the perfect setting.. 4 blokes with varying jobs and backgrounds talking about football and making jokes. They chat shit about football in a hilarious and refreshing manner.  If you like football and laughing it might just be the thing for you… About the Podcast The Football Ramble emerged from London towards the end of 2007, … Continue reading Podcast Review : The Football Ramble

Travelog : Zaanse Schans, Amsterdam

Zaanse Schans, a lovely village on the banks of the Zaan River, in the province of North Holland, is famous for holding a collection of well-preserved historic windmills and houses dating back to 18th and 19th century. Zaanse Schans lies in the Zaan region of northern Holland, and is Western Europe’s oldest industrial area. At one point there were over 600 windmills here running at the … Continue reading Travelog : Zaanse Schans, Amsterdam

The Haunting of Hill House : Horror Done Right

A major problem with some of the popular works in the horror genre has been its over-reliance on the supernatural stuff. Relying only upon suspense and jump scares to illicit audience’s emotions rather than developing a effective character driven horror. The Haunting of Hill House is ground-breaking in this aspect because it effectively blends incredibly smart family drama with some of the most terrifying imagery … Continue reading The Haunting of Hill House : Horror Done Right

Book Review : Animal Farm by George Orwell

It is still a keen area of debate whether Animal Farm remains relevant for readers of this generation, and I certainly believe it is. After reading the book, I found its themes and messages just as powerful, moving and relevant as they must have been seven decades ago… About the Book My Rating : 5 / 5 Published In : 1945 Plot : Animal Farm is … Continue reading Book Review : Animal Farm by George Orwell

Book Review : ‘I was a Drug Addict’ by Ravindra Singh

About the Book My Rating : 4.5 / 5 Plot : A first-hand memoir of a young boy and his experiences and struggles as a drug addict. He narrates his life story right from boarding school experiences to the hippie phenomenon in the 1980’s to his rehab and subsequent experiences with the withdrawals. Review The story is based in the 1970’s and 80’s when the … Continue reading Book Review : ‘I was a Drug Addict’ by Ravindra Singh