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One for travel; one for writing

Travelling and writing are my favourite hobbies or you can say passion in my life. A lot of people wish to travel but due to some reason or the other, they aren’t able to travel but with the help of this blog, I would try to tell stories of my travel across India and some abroad as well. 51 more words

Adventure

I Come From a Proud Family of Liars

If there has been one constant in my life, it would be the lies that I have been fed – regularly and casually by members of my family. 1,024 more words

Comedy

The Number 1 Way to Entertain Yourself for an Hour: The Loner Edition

Welcome back to the 2nd installment of my blog posts for An Hour at a Time. I received lots of great feedback on last week’s post and I am thrilled to write again this week. 1,068 more words

Changes

The Power of a Friendly Gesture

Last Friday, I found myself on the train back home from Ghent, a train ride that I’ve been enduring for the past four years. It marks the start of my weekend and it’s usually time I spend reading. 538 more words

Life

Seaside dreaming

Recently, when the weather was being uncharacteristically pleasant, I got on the train and went to the seaside with a friend. It was a lovely day, filled with ice cream, arcade games and a walk along the sea front. 417 more words

Aspiring Author

How may I assist you? - my adventure in the hotel industry

Why Hotel?

Regardless of what people might think about working in a hotel, i think it is a good fit for me.  It is a relatively small environment where i still get to meet  different people everyday, face to face or over the phone. 946 more words

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CHANGING THE WORLD WITH A WHISPER

The Encyclopedia Britannica provides this illuminating definitions:

Phenomenology, a philosophical movement originating in the 20th century, the primary objective of which is the direct investigation and description of phenomena as consciously experienced, without theories about their causal explanation and as free as possible from unexamined preconceptions and presuppositions. 399 more words

Humor