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... where we were going to get a bus and night sleeper in to Kerala, our fourth state in a month. The train was very crammed with all 4 big bags and ourselves and it made the journey a bit less tranquil but it was stunning all the same and good fun watching all the monkeys at the station stop and the swathes of tea plantations hugging the mountain on the way down. So Fort Cochin is the destination and I'm looking forward to this ...
... feeling pressured to get married, how early is too early, Parents putting pressure on kids and expectations. I am surrounded by happenstance and proximity of age to those who are on the brink of marriage. The colleagues who are already married, which are most that are actually my age, don't really talk about the subject–but that they chose the person they were with– and I can't even tell who is their partner most of the time, because they don't touch or hug or kiss with ...
... a snap...:(
We by then had crossed over the karnataka---tamilnadu border post and it was quite a relief as we could cruise along the good roads of the tamilnadu, we came up to the Teppakadu junction where we had booked our self in the TTDC cottages for a night.
As we just settled down in the with our bags, we booked ourself for the safari with the forest dept.. This i recommend this to all my friends as ...
... how to get to the estate or at least the village it was in. We were asking in a shop when the woolly hat man popped up behind us, it turns out he was a postman in the area and knew where everything was. He told us to get a bus to the village (Aravanu) and from there it was very easy, just ask anyone. We went up to ask the buses which one it was and he ran up behind us again taking us to the right one! He climbed on board, gave us strict directions for when we ...
... who kissed me on the neck, an old man who wanted some money for his temple (he had a gammy leg and kept trying to touch my legs as if to give me a massage), and finally on the train, a very nice chap called Kumrish who is an IT support technician at a data centre with US clients. Having dealt with Indian outsourced IT support I was keen to learn why, for example, it takes so long to terminate a ghost user session – and now I know (if you’re interested please email ...