Hotel Hill View
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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 road overshadowed by the forest on both sides. On asking some locals about the condition of the road, we did not receive a very encouraging reply. As we found out to our dismay, this road was one of the worst we had ever encountered. For 20 km we busted our butts on the so called road without seeing any humans whatsoever and then we found a traffic jam! In the middle of the jungle! Some road repairs were on and all the vehicles ...
... losses with a touch of humility.
Some will ask me why I have written such things; why I haven’t mentioned specific days or particular events. What I can say is that the above is what I find important. It is the thought process which is summoned from within me through those events; and it is the personal transformation of an intuitively driven life that I find connection with. The people here, with all their traits of admiration and ...
... old temple area, there were signs of recent developments. Cement blocks painted with white and orange striping (which is very common at Indian temples), recently replaced the natural stones that probably historically served as the base of the shrine. There was also a newly constructed dirt road leading to the temple, whereas previously the access was just a footpath. And like our observations along the shola forest trail, trash was evident on the ...