Mapple Express Bangalore
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... This time I have a new companion , all in brilliant blue. Much preparation has been made and its time to move.
I am hoping to blog regularly, internet connectivity permitting. Where I am going, this will be one of the challenges, but let's see.
Although its a solo trip, I won't be "alone", for I hope to have you, dear readers, as co travelers in spirit. Grateful for your joining me on this trip.
At the crack of dawn tomorrow, I'll be off.
... is good to know when you have low budget at a school.
P.S. This part is meant for students of CU. First of all: I like it that you read my blog, thank you. My opinion above is a little straight forward. I can imagine that it could offend you, if that is the case I want to offer my sincere apologies, because I didn’t meant it that way. When I compare your course to mine, I do that from my (Dutch) perspective. Please don’t think of it as a ...
... a perfect example which merely marks as a social isolation in the modern world. Located at the base of Mt. Fuji and it’s considered to be one of the most mysterious places in the world. Aokigahara is perhaps the most infamous forest in all of Japan, and also known as the Sea of Trees, Suicide Forest, and Japan’s Demon Forest. It’s also considered as a haunted and a suicidal place. The forest contains a number of rocky, icy caverns, a few of ...
... Manchurian (fried cauliflower in spices) and Indian-style Chinese veg noodles. We were all stuffed after our meal but managed to walk back home for fruit salad with some mango ice cream which rounded off an evening of good food and company. Satish stayed the night as it was pretty late when we were done and he was reliant on public transport. The next morning was a very relaxed one as we chatted with Satish, drank tea and learned a bit about Mysore from Satish, who ...
... will show, life in the orphanage is awfully basic by our standards. However, the children looked healthy, content and were delightful as children this age are. One wee one is about 3 and "Mother" helped feed her. All is eaten with their hands. When done they take their metal plates outside in the back to wash and put on a shelf - never a moan or groan to do so. They are all in their ...