Kodai - By The Lake, A Sterling Holidays Resort
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... going for a walk not up a
mountain or to see Everest and the pace was slow. We did get to do a
30 second scrabble up a steep rock but other than that the walk was
undemanding. We stopped occasionally to look at the view which was
cloudy which was predictable. Eventually we came to a river and
relaxed next to a pretty waterfall for a while. Then we trekked up
the river 10 minutes passing two other waterfalls one of which was
very picturesque but the road was ...
... India is just the right filter it seems to dig into this thing called money and its place in lives.
Travelling in India means temples. They are everywhere. Big ones or small ones by the roadside, some brightly coloured and richly decorated, while others appear to have seen better days, yet all of them playing a part in peoples’ lives. People, often with little money are worshiping at pooja ceremonies and offering gifts to the gods. As we had discovered with ...
... students on Technical Project Management.
My train journey from Thanjavur to Dindugul started at 10 PM. Besides me in the "Coupee" as they call it were two other distinguished travellers. One was the former Member of Parliament from the Tiruchendur Constituency Dr. A.D.K Jeyaseelan, the other was Dr. N. Ramachandran the former Vice-Chancellor of Periyar Maniammai University. They were both very friendly and helped us ...
... d allowed us to see by coming here. They seemed to sincerely enjoy our bewilderment at what to them was nothing more than daily life.
Life in the village seemed simple, though I knew better than to believe that at face value. There was no hospital here, no water treatment plant, nothing more than what the labor of a few hundred hands could produce. A few tin roofed shacks, some stone clay walls, a small shrine to Ganesh. These were the accomplishments these people could ...
... up, and if we wish to survive the transition, it would seem we need to open up as well. Embracing the ever present avalanche of change that is engulfing the world is something for personal happiness. While I am thinking of home every day, I am trying to keep my head on the ground and realize the opportunity that is in front of me. India is not a place to party, but it is a place to learn, and I will be spending my time here fully in dedication towards self improvement. In China ...