Keys Hotel Thiruvananthapuram
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... since it was the first Church on my list. Coming from a secularized country like Quebec, there is something surprising in this Church invovment.
on the other hand, this afternoon, I also visited an institution run by a religious community that struck me right in the hearth: it is like a small hospital where the poorest of the poors who are sick a re treated, accomodated and fed FOR FREE, as long as those who have the capacity give a helping hand for ...
... the life affirming truths which seem to find me in this place? There’s no way to tell, no way of saying for sure I’ll have all I need to live a life I feel at home in. All I know is, if I’m able to hold to this emotional state; if I can retain this sense of purpose, connection, unity, and understanding...
I’ve got a lot to look forward to.
- TJ ...
... in song, people in pain, people in love, war, communion, death, birth, every instance of the human experience reached out to clutch at me.
This was the hardest to accept.
Still, I did not turn away. I watched as each pair of eyes stared into mine, hearing the voice of the guru ring in my ears. “If God were to come to you in the form of this person, could you accept them?” Each human life immeasurably valuable, ...
... Separate the leaves Cutting stages 1,2,3,4 Browning stage still keeps moisture Fermentation in fernace dry out then the tea is ground down (Bigger particles mean more flavour. Small particles ground down is for commercial use ie. The Tea bag). -Munnar' tea plantations are owned by Tata. -Tata is a very wealthy group that own the majority of Indian goods: vehicles, hospitals, tea, housing, hotels. The general family that work on the tea-plantations will earn about ...
... evenings to meet the crowds there, but there may be another bunch here, have to wait and see till tonight
There are lots of places to eat with plenty of choices, my favourite is the Bistro, good food, cheap prices and comfy seats and free wifi and good scenery
I have put up photos of where I was and where I moved to, you decide if I was right in moving
There are a few photos of people I met there (I wish I had taken more ...