Royal Orchid Brindavan Gardens
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... characters crop up in the book like Baloo, Baghera and Mowgli, Kipling has written the book with an echo of Orwell's Animal Farm and Aesops Fables. There are definitely strong moral undertones to leave the reader pondering and my view is that this book is not just written for kids. One final surprise is that this book is actually a collection of short stories about other animals such as a mongoose, snakes and elephants. I feel fully versed on the law of the jungle ...
... south. The only little thing had been in Goa where a weird guy shook my hand and scratched my palm with his finger at the same time. I learnt later that apparently that's the secret signal for wanting to hook up with someone which made me laugh so ***********'t have a clue what signal I should have done back if I'd actually wanted to. Willam and I continued on walking back ending up on a road that was bustling with shops and stalls selling clothes etc. ...
... before and that he should be happy because he gets a commission anyway. He sulked at me, saying he wouldn't get commission, but accepted the money. I heard him walking into the manager's office after we left so I'm pretty sure he's a lying, cheating dick.
We slept for a couple of hours before being woken by knock on our door. It was the early morning tea/cigarette service our hostel offers. Charming. I declined both the tea and the desire to slam a door in his face. ...
... was breathing fire, I had stopped overtaking and was merely following the person ahead. By the time I crossed the bridge I was in real need of water and at the next WP somehow the glass slipped out of my hand after running into a group of runners standing at the counter and contemplating mid course corrections like me. Maybe that was the beginning of the disaster, here onwards I gave up the idea of increasing my pace 16km onwards or rather realized ...
... a train to Mysore for the afternoon after hearing and reading a few positive things. I didn't have long, just 5 hours, but I figured that it's better than doing nothing. And so it was.
I visited the Maharaja's Palace, a massive colonial English style building and grounds. Just like all public buildings I've seen in India so far, the paint was chipped and faiding and the process of moving tourists through the place was very disorganised. But from far away it ...