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... since prices go up everywhere and moved to a guest house on the beach so I could spend more time there and be in contact with more people. The first evening I spent on the beach, I ran into Tara and Jeremy from Australia, whom I had met in Aleppey 2 weeks before. So again I started to spend my time with a very good group of young people from many different countries. Soren from Norway, Adam from Israel, Ilse ...
Tripura - One of the seven sister states. Its Capital is Agartala. My father was posted there. So I lived there from my preschool days till the 2nd grade. My memories are not very clear as I was just a child, still I'll relate the reminiscent of my sweet-sour memories.
My life’s first flight was between Kolkatta to Agartala. I still consider that to be my best flight.
We lived at different rented apartments. The locals were very ...
It seemed only fitting that on Friday the 13th I was in the presence of such an extreme amount of toxic material that I could only be in a landfill or in India. Today we were traveling to Agartala, the capital of the Indian state of Tripura on the eastern side of Bangladesh.
Early morning we arrived at Gurujis and set out to find taxis. "He barely got it started, but we need a taxi and it's working now", was the comment from Justin as we ...
After a couple of weeks ushering in the New Year of 2012, Monsoon-Music alongside our Gurujee, Shantanu Bhattacharyya, and his wonderful family departed on our Annual trip to Agartala, Tripura, on the far eastern side of Bangladesh, to visit, teach and share music with the wonderful children of Aalor Pathe and the Monsoon-Music Scholarship. We were welcomed very ...
It was 9pm on Christmas Eve when I finally get to Calicut. It had taken about 8 hours on public buses and I wouldn't call it the highlight of my trip. Buses in India aren't that bad compared to the ones in Africa, but they aren't that great either. Really, any bus kinda sucks after 8 hours, even if you are in Argentina and you've got lazy boy recliner for a seat and hot chick serving you wine. You don't get anything like that in India, but you get a bit of leg ...