Plug in your earphones. From your phone, create a playlist of light music from the library and play. As the music begins, slide with the flow of music. Imagine that you are the only living soul without any social restrictions or in need of socialising. Forget the society, forget its problems, forget the world…
You are one of the well-formed creation of the nature. Nature has gifted you enticing greenery bestowed with the blue water. The inhabitants of the nature are countless creatures each having its own purpose.
At the point where green and water meets, the milky clouds arises from the horizon. Feel the cool breeze coming through these clouds. In middle of this mesmerising nature’s creation just sit and see the things. Live the moment, leave the triviality.
Recently, I had been to Toulouse and had an amazing week of eating awesome food prepared by my friends. Toulouse, being one of the biggest cities in France didn’t appeal much to me just like other cities as I’m least interested in cities nowadays. But Toulouse being hub of aerospace hub, also attracts me. This mixed feeling for Toulouse shifted a little towards positive after I explored some of the close to nature side of the city. In my recent visit, I stayed closely to this amazing canal of the city which dances with golden hour light everyday and I enjoyed walking by the canal when ever I get the chance. One day we also hiked to a nearby hill in the outskirts of city to have an amazing view of sunset. Following are the few pictures from my short stay at Toulouse taken from my mobile in the golden hour of the day.
Long long ago I had been to Rome, the capital of Italy and I explored Rome also called as Roma to my fullest extent. Since then I was trying to share the memories I had with Rome, ancient city from Roman times. It was fascinating to see some of the old roman structures standing to this date surviving many wars, weathers. Considering myself as learner and fan of history I was happy to be in this ancient city and witness the following architecture and monuments of ancient Rome.
Thanks to Roma pass, my friends and I had pretty easy access to visit these amazing places in our three day stay at Roma. On the first day we tried to explore as many places as possible and the result is here.