The Monarch Hotel
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... do, certain challenges they face and how they try to overcome them. Indian travellers are all about the personalized service. If I was helped out by Agent A this time, I only want to speak to Agent A when I call the next time. Simar also told us a bit about GPMO's involvement with certain projects they had done in the past. This is where I was all ears (even more so than before) because I could hear a GPMO success story first hand.
... How did three months of India changed me so far? There has been happening a lot, too much to all wright down. But let’s start anyways.
The most cliché is that I learned a lot about the Indian culture. This was my biggest personal goal for this adventure. I got used to all the positive and negative behaviours. From the skipping of queues in shops to the positive reactions I get when people find out I’m half Indian. I start ...
... the students (~400) with a giant chocolate Christmas cake!
Last evening, other neighbors in our apartment complex took us to see their church’s Christmas concert. The Bethel AG Church has over 10,000 members with services in Malayalam (the predominant language in the State of Kerala) and English. The church has a web site (http://www.bethelagindia.org/), ...
... These are the pictures during summer in May when there is very less water in the river. The granite bed of the river gives very attractive view.
There is another hanuman temple in Muthathi, known as Muthetharaya temple. This temple has some mythological importance. When Devi Sita was taking bath at this place, her nose ...
... so simple and easy but with amazingly powerful impact. Peculiar how one lets life fill too much space, not allowing such simple techniques to be a way of life...this too shall change in my life.
Titles of photo's indicate my rudimentary understanding of what was going on.