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... to note, also, is that the camp closes for visitors by noon.
Besides the elephant activities, Dubare also offers river rafting and other boating activities. While the terrain is amateurish, it is worth exploring for those seeking a bit of adventure in their trip sans age limit restrictions.
Post the action-packed adventure, we decided to bring a subtle end to the day watching the sun set in the backdrop of the mountains at ...
This is the starting for many short trips near the place of my work life, Mysore. New place, new life, new people, new friends, economic freedom: all this brings out possible outrageous behavior in every human being. That happened to me as well, looking back I am so happy that all the outrageous behavior of mine is to 1. Being a foodie and 2. Planning to travel and travel whenever possible.
To be frank, on one side I was getting spoiled and on the other side, I was ...
... temples and in the bookshop a monk starts explaining his religion (although his English isn't great) and he says that life is like a dream. At dinner Vladimir shows me some money he has left over from his trip to Iraq. Next year he wants to visit Yemen amongst other places. I ask if it's dangerous there and he say 'yes' although it was pretty obvious what the answer was going to ...
... The kind lady offered to loan us some money. We refused as we were fully (over?)confident we'd be able to manage anyhow. We stopped at Bhagamandala and paid homage to the gods at the Sri Bhagandeshwara temple. By this time we had no cash left whatsoever and we barely managed to pay Rs 4 to the caretaker of shoes outside the temple. From here we left for Talakaveri. Good roads and a good mood helped us quickly reach the temple at the tip ...
... to explain the philosophy of the Vedas. The workers in our hostel smile at us whenever we ask for the keys to our room. A group of philosophy PHD’s took me on a motorcycle ride to the top of a nearby mountain. Perched at the apex of that encounter, they looked at me with warmth. “We have never been here. Too many times we have planned. But now, because of you, we have seen.”
It’s endless, and it’s liberating. ...