Hotel SV International
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... we put egg inside bread and call it a sandwich? Well here they put the bread inside the egg and call it a bread omelette. It tastes like... well it tastes like something I want to learn to make. There's onions and chillis and stuff in there an' all, it's opened up a whole new world of stuff conjured from complex carbohydrates for me. And in other news, they ...
... with an MBA, while they helped us understand the local etiquette involved in attending the pooja and which direction to follow when moving around the temple. Personal interactions like these, which I love, always seem so readily available here as people are so very friendly. Given the scale of India which is just so vast and varied I’ve come to feel it is only at the personal level one can relate.
For instance how can one come to terms with a country which I ...
... some petty shopping around the lake area. The lake wasn't very clean or clear, had dark coloured waters with some edges contaminated. Had a nice non vegetarian meal in the Hilltop restaurant and went back to the hotel for a short nap. Around 6 PM we were in Kodaikanal town for some shopping. Yes, purchased some stuff this time after going through several shops. We decided to try some street food for dinner. Didn't spend the day running around ...
... d hoped to come home a different person, but I hadn’t worked at it, figuring the adventure alone would serve as my catalyst for growth. In India, I will keep my eyes open and ears alert, I will be reading and meditating daily, and I’ll always be looking for time to exercise. The opportunity here is one of hard work, and the adjustments ahead are sure to be difficult.
Still, the question remains, what in life is worth having that comes easy?
... the Himalayas, towers over the sanctuary in majestic pride. A protected area, the sanctuary is divided into three regions - the core area, the buffer area and the tourism area. Visitors are allowed only to the tourism area - Rajamalai - the region lying beyond the road entry into Eravikulam.
Private vehicles are not allowed inside the park and mini-buses are operated by park staff. Expect to wait atleast half an hr in the ...