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... It can grow so quickly because it supports itself by sending out a metric **** tonne of roots to the ground which grow and become trunks themselves which is what makes them so distinctive. These are called prop roots and they clump together over time to resemble a main trunk but sometimes, you'll look at one and you can't quite work out if it's one tree or ...
... weeks. We are having a wonderful experience here but we are having to follow some guidelines. It was strongly suggested that I stop wearing shorts to school. Which means the one pair of pants I brought is having to endure sweat laden days in the playground. Maya has been wearing long skirts, I'm talking almost to her ankles. This however was still too much skin to be shown. She has now also reverted ...
... countries and bound somehow by a degree of immediate acceptance and recognition, this brotherhood brought about by a common passion for travel, discovery, an element of freedom and a desire to test one's abilities. So many seemingly very ordinary or common people in the light of their provenance or normal occupation but suddenly transformed into very meaningful individuals, each and everyone leaving his mark on your consciousness, your ...
We have decided on the short hop (1 hr flight from Colombo to India ) that the code word is '5 star' should either of us feel that the pressure of India is too much for us, and we need to retreat! We have heard that India is rich in beauty - but can also be an incredibly difficult to travel in, and we all have heard of Delhi belly...... On arrival into the very clean and spacious airport we take our time to get through check in and sort out a taxi to our home for the next 5 nights, ...
My biggest fears about the Sleeper Class train were that it would be dirtier (with more mice and cockroaches...haven't told Raluca about those creatures that I saw on every train I took last time I was in India...) and less safe than the 2 AC class. I was a bit concerned about the heat (with no AC) but figured we'd be fine with that. I was worried that since it was a less expensive ticket, there would be more thieves and more chances of our luggage getting stolen. These were perhaps ...