From Milan Kundera To Alchymist Nosticova Palace In ‘Prague Spring’

Alchymist Nosticova Palace, Prague
Going to Prague, I had been waiting for this day to come since I first picked up and read The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera in 1988. For some unknown reason, some of you might refer it to fate, that it took me 29 years to realise this dream. Pin it! Kent and I left a hot and tropical...

The Journey To Palais Royal With My Russian Peasant Dress

White Caviar Life fashion story and photoshoot on location in Paris Palais Royal.
It all started in Lyon this summer...As good fortune would have it, on our second last day in Lyon, Kent spotted 'a great location with amazing light' and just one catch - it needed a red dress (will explain later). The problem was, the only red dress I brought with me had already been photographed several times in Bagnols...

Tasty French Home Cooking At Bistrot Chez France

Bistrot Chez France
Since our first dining experience at Bistrot Chez France was great, Kent and I both enjoyed the food and the atmosphere; we then both agreed on returning and 'definitely try the entrée next time' as we promised ourselves. Pin it! During our last few days in Paris, time seemed to be running out fast; however, we did manage to return...

Joyeux Le Quatorze Juillet; Happy Bastille Day

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The French calls its National Day La Fête Nationale, whereas the rest of the world, especially the English speaking world calls it Bastille Day.Today is the 14th of July, and while we say 'Happy Bastille Day!' or 'Joyeux 14 juillet!', I want to celebrate the French National Day by dedicating this post to France and the French. And what if...

Eiffel Tower Awaits – The Day We Check In To Les Jardins d’Eiffel

Les Jardins d'Eiffel, Paris
Our taxi picked us up on time. It was the 23rd of June, towards the end of our month long travel in France and we were scheduled to change our Paris hotel. However, it was also the opening day of Paris' two-day-celebration Olympic Day, and we needed to go from the right bank to the left, right through the...