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... my life and character, for years to come, without realizing it was happening in front of my eyes. From I want to travel only with these people to I want to travel, doesn't matter who it is, the passion towards to traveling is overwhelming. Like clouds, people come and go, but the impact they create is amazing.
Now, the actual trip details.
Coorg aka Madikeri - it has many faces, second time to Coorg but What I saw and experienced is completely new.
... pain in my neck, as I must have pulled a muscle in my sleep. Perhaps it was caused by the yoga. I'm so tired from flu but I can't lie down because if I put pressure on my neck shooting pain creeps along my shoulder. It all feels terrible. Later in the day I feel a bit better and with the help of some painkillers, I meet up with Vladimir, the Serbian guy who I met in Kerala. We visit ...
... pools. A hanging bridge constructed just opposite the falls comes in handy to click a lot of pictures. There is a Kali Mata temple on the other side of the bridge which was inaccessible to us.
While going back from the falls, we noticed a trail going up the mountain. This immediately activated our sense of adventure and we decided to try and trek to the top of the mountain. We thought we'd be able to see the source of ...
... done to us: that is pain. Suffering is to have things taken away from us. Our freedom, our friendships, our sense of self and direction in life: when these things are lost; that is when we know what it means to suffer. And, within the torrents of that suffering we seek to avoid repeating our old mistakes. We witness the agonies that can stem from human connection and see that disconnection and self reliance may perhaps be our only refuge. We close ourselves ...
... flat with numerous escaped ornamental woody and herbaceous species. These characteristics immediately reminded me of the old farmsteads in Acadia. There, old apple trees, day lilies, and lilacs are telling signs of past human use. Here we first observed a lone fruiting orange tree, naturalized hydrangea, and other ornamentals plants even before we saw the remains of the old house. I suspect that no matter where one travels, the landscape can provide ...