Estuary Island Resort
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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 ...
Heart is King:
All we have is now; and in this moment, this instant, we are given an opportunity. That chance, that open door into the center of ourselves, is an invitation. It’s a greeting from the essence of mankind, begging for connection, begging for a reciprocal understanding that dissolves the divisions of ‘us’ and ‘them’. Here it is, the moment, the instant of existence granted by a variety of chance, fate, luck, and hope. ...
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 ...
We left Mumbai Sunday midday on a flight down to kerela. We flew into trivandrum and thought we would spend a night here before moving on to the coastal village of varkala.
What a mistake!
We got a from airport to a hotel we saw online within a short walk from the train station... Fully booked. So we got a tuk tuk to take us around trying to find somewhere to stay. Everywhere was either booked or to expensive for what u got so ...
... in the Caliphate of the Persian Empire fled both westward and to the East including to the coast of Kerala in the 8th Century. This makes the continuous existence of Christianity in India as one of the oldest in the world. When Europeans colonialists and missionaries arrived much later they found a large part of their own cultural origins already integrated into the greater whole.
In the areas around Neyyar Dam there are as many ...