The Finest National Treasures of Korea

When visiting a city, touring museums is not something that excites many. But there are some museums which enthral you so much with their charm that you decide to spend the entire day. The National Museum of Korea is one such museum. Visiting the museum had been on my mind ever since I started planning … Continue reading The Finest National Treasures of Korea

Your Guide to Planning for Student Exchange in Europe – Part 1

Last year, I was lucky enough to go to Europe on student exchange as part of our MBA curriculum. I cannot stress it enough when I say that student exchange is the most rewarding experience an MBA can get. Not only is it a chance to discover what student life is like in a foreign … Continue reading Your Guide to Planning for Student Exchange in Europe – Part 1

Berlin: The Glorious German Capital (Part 1)

We finally finally reach Berlin - Germany's capital! We visited Berlin for two days during our initial exchange days before taking our flight to Iceland. Much of what we hear about Germany, including its dark past, comes from Berlin. I think that no trip to Germany is complete without a visit to its bustling capital. … Continue reading Berlin: The Glorious German Capital (Part 1)

A day trip full of vineyards and hiking in Sasbachwalden

This post is the third and final one in my series on 'Three days in Baden-Württemberg'. My first two days were spent exploring Stuttgart, and on the third day I wanted to get out of the city and explore the black forest region (what else did I come to Baden-Württemberg for!?). Sasbachwalden is a small … Continue reading A day trip full of vineyards and hiking in Sasbachwalden

Frankfurt am Main: Germany’s financial capital

There are some cities, which refuse to lay down. They possess a certain spirit, which can push through the rubble of history's most turbulent times, to grow, flourish and flower. Frankfurt in Germany's federal state of Hesse is one such city. Not only it is the largest and most populous city in Hesse, for centuries, … Continue reading Frankfurt am Main: Germany’s financial capital

Koblenz: where the Rhine and the Moselle meet

In my previous post, I described Königswinter - a little town with a grand castle located along the Rhine river. As the Rhine flows from north to south, it meets another river - the Moselle in a city called Koblenz. Koblenz, in the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate, is thus popularly known as the confluence of … Continue reading Koblenz: where the Rhine and the Moselle meet