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... event and its theme this month was “Let’s Recycle”. It is not hard to notice the piles of general mixed waste that accumulates in random pockets in the city and in the villages. We are really blessed to have a waste management system in Australia that is all done for us we just need to separate our materials into the different bins provided. Here however it is reliant on personal agency to act and unfortunately with millions of people in Bangalore alone it is ...
... most of our stay at the Oberoi. During our transfer to the airport Muli, our driver throughout the week, was prepared – he turned on our fancy disco lights. However, we all were so tired that we could hardly keep our eyes open to enjoy it. At the airport everything went very smooth again.
So, China here we come. I am super excited to return to Beijing – what has changed, will I still like it, what about my favourite places to hang ...
... you’ve seen. The floors are clean, there’s a taco bell and a KFC on either side of the entrance, there’s department stores, clothes stores, a food court, and even a movie theater on the top floor. I’m standing in the heart of India’s “progress”. I’m watching as they futilely attempt to copy a lifestyle that our world simply doesn’t have the resources to support. There’s girls in bug eye sunglasses and ug-boots. ...
There are three key elements of any trip viz. Travelers, Destinations and the Journey.
Vacations are always about spending time with one's near and dear ones. Vacations give a break to one's regular, often stressful work priorities and enable one to destress, experience the nature around us, gain a different perspective about life.
I remember when i was a kid, vacations were always good times ...
... around it. Closer to the church the sky thunders with fireworks that shimmering above the buildings lining the street. Rounding the final corner, I emerge into the large square that marks the heart of Shivajinagar, and a volley of rich fireworks explodes above the basilica that is almost visible at the top of the square.
I climb over the filth to a clear patch of sidewalk and marvel at the sight above. I love fireworks. Who doesn’t? Not even ...