Estuary Island Resort
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... the day and an elephant pageant makes its way from up the road to the main stand. They say that Shiva keeps a vigil over the world every night except this one. He spends his anniversary with his wife, so the people stay up all night and keep a vigil in his stead. I do love how they love a festival in this country.
Despite Chandu’s efforts to keep us here, the time has come for us to leave town. It is a great place ...
Nov 1st, 2014 was a memorable day in my life. I had a lot to think of an do on the previous day and until I board the flight I was not sure whether I had everything in place.
Yes, I am talking about the anxiety, excitement and the smile/tension with which a normal desi will board an international flight for the first time. It was my first trip to the United States and I had really ...
It's been a few days since I left Jaipur and flew to Kerala. I'm spending 2 weeks at a well known ayurvedic clinic, Dr. Franklin's Panchakarma institute. The aim is to purge my system of toxins and have some down time. Taken from the internet, here's a simple definition of Ayurveda: "Ayurveda is a wholistic system of medicine from India that uses a constitutional model. Its aim is to provide guidance regarding food and lifestyle so ...
Taxi to the airport at 6:30am (early start). Met Amanda and Sophie from Australia on our flight. Cool girls that were our age. I bought a new book - From Dhongri to Dubai. It's about the mafia in Mumbai from the 50s onwards and focuses on Dawood Ibrahim, a notorious don who resided or resides in Dubai and still runs a lot of mafia operations. Shamik told me an Indian mafia boss lived in Dubai when I was there and we drove ...
So I spent a week staying at an Ashram, which is kind of like a retreat, you sleep, eat and do Yoga all in the 12 acre complex, which was gorgeous, so nice to have some actual nature around and clean air! My very own little taste of 'Eat Love Pray'!
It was relaxing but then exhausting at the same time. I stayed in a dorm, so about 80ish girls on 2 levels, very Brownie Camp esque atmosphere! We are woken up at 5.30am every morning (by a guy who ...