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... dangerous creatures, in the dark, having arrived just hours earlier... and i didn't even get to tell my loved ones back home that i love them! (PS, dear loved ones, i love you... and if i do get bitten by a deadly snake, i have written my instructions for my funeral etc in my first travel journal which is in the box that naren is keeping for me!) i didn't need to worry though... after an hour of searching i found myself hoping a snake would jump out at me just so i could see one. ...
... to include the local styles, although they hated the Hindu architecture. They didn't consider it to be "honest", that is, revealing how the building was constructed. (That little tidbit is for my fellow architecture docents.)
On to the Arulmigu Kapileshwar Temple dedicated to Shiva, one of the three major gods of Hinduism.Tamil Nadu (the state of which Chennai is capital) is, like the rest of India, predominantly Hindu, and this area primarily ...
... I had a really nice time getting to know my new friends. I'm already feeling pretty settled in Chennai and have grown much more comfortable in this city :)
Oh yeah, I've also been sleeping much better since I got the mosquito net, btw. Whoever invented them was a genius. I feel like I have a force field around me while I'm sleeping. It's getting late so I better go so I can finish reading Molokai before bed! Can you believe I'm waking up at 640am everyday!?
... moving to the cities...and then you realise that the village and the community doesn't exist anymore...is this development? What is the purpose of development? What are we striving for? The presenter spoke about how we've moved so far away from ourselves as capable of loving each other in communities based of self-rule. While I agree on many levels, I also become torn at the junction of a sustainable future...the possibility of a return to the ...
... by Princess as a precautionary measure due to the sporadic pirate activity in the Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden. Though authorities do NOT anticipate any problems, safety and security are utmost responsibilities followed by staff. All passengers were required to be in their staterooms, with drapes drawn and by open stateroom door in order to hear instructions and for crew to verify accountability of all passengers. Crew beat the record ...