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Welcome On Board- Book Review

It is saucy, raunchy, free-spirited, revealing, heartfelt, cheeky and downright entertaining, and it isn’t the latest Bollywood potboiler! It’s the journey of an international flight attendant over the last 12 years and not an ordinary one at that. - Welcome On Board



As I was browsing through Crossword, a light blue covered book with a travel-like image caught my eye, I thought it was pretty attractive as it stands at the crossword ‘recommendation shelf.’  I went ahead and picked it up as I was intrigued to find out what the book was about, and who could have written it. The name of the author seemed new to me, unable to make my decision after reading the synopsis, I went around the aisle, only to come back to the same book called ‘ Welcome on Board’ by VinamraLongani.
The book is a vivid account of life 33,000 ft. above the ground. The author who was a flight attendant for decades has noted all his encounter as a cabin crew and his everyday life incident as what one would say a job whe…

Dolce and Gabbana 'Dolce Floral Drops' Review

“Dolce Floral Drops is fresh and light, yet as precious as a morning caress.” – Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana






For those who know me, would tell you how much I lovehoardingcollecting perfumes. And for those who doesn't, now you do.

Today I will be reviewing a perfume from one of my favourite brands, Dolce and Gabbana ‘Dolce Floral Drops Eau de Toilette.’  I am very particular when it comes to choosing a perfume. I go for mild and delicate or say ‘not so strong’ kind of smell. This time, the pretty Dolce Floral drops caught my attention and I had to give it a try.

The scent is light and fresh with a twist of sweet yet dewy and soothing texture. Going by my preference, I love fragrances which are feminine and sweet, yet a spray and it should stay for long. D&G Floral drops comes in a thick glass, curved lines, and solid bottom, the cap is sculpted in the shape ofa white flower with petals, the bottle is a frosted glass which gives it a misty green colour.
Subtle with a hint of fr…