Hello Summer, Hello Hamptons

The Hamptons is a part of the East End of Long Island, USA. It comprises of a group of villages and hamlets in the towns of Southampton and East Hampton, which together form the South Fork of Long Island, in Suffolk County, New York. The Hamptons form a popular seaside resort and one of the historical summer colonies of the northeastern United States. So I decided I need to go to the Hamptons to see if I should summer there myself. The verdict is in: I should surely summer here.

 

Chicagoooooo

Aaah at last we made it to Chicago! Last year my wife and I had a nightmarish airport experience where we never made it to Chicago even after 48 hours. I won’t get into the details of that trip, but this time we made it. We took off on time as well as got back to Jersey on time. The trip was great since it was time spent well with friends who are like family, but the weather sucked. We did manage to get out from time to time when the rain did let up so I managed to get some pictures.

Savannah

Savannah was established in 1733 on the Savannah River. A strategic port city in the American Revolution and during the American Civil War. Another place off my list of american states to visit. One of the best parts of being in Savannah was the food, the other was watching the sun set over the Savannah river.

 

 

 

Fall is here

I have always had a tradition of going to a new place in the fall of every year, especially to a place which displays all the magnificent colors. Now its grown into something bigger and better where my family and friends join me. This year we decided to go to Rhode Island and we picked the perfect weekend. The weather was perfect and the colors were at their peak. We stayed by the Narragansett bay in a lake house and went around Rhode Island for a few amazing hikes. We  were also lucky to be able to attend an amazing jack-o-lantern festival by night at the local zoo. I can’t wait to plan next year’s trip. I am hoping we go to Maine or maybe somewhere in Canada.

culinarystorm

It's raining food!

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