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Hiking in England

England is full of great hikes, I am quite happy that I made time for the outdoors! I’ll write briefly about each place :) I visited Lake District in January with the Fellwanderers (a society of Imperial College) and we drove 7 hours from Imperial College to a small cottage in Lake District on a Friday evening. 724 more words


The Walk of the Closed

It wasn’t too long ago when i walked amongst the living. Or should i say the sleeping. They walk and walk bowing down to apparently no one. 442 more words

Being Indian, with great difficulty.

Two printed sheets under the college letter head, bright green ink highlighting the Principal’s signature and now this stamp over the two papers meant the end of running around hurriedly door to door trying to make myself clear by degrading my English language or showing off my fragmented Tamil skills. 1,464 more words

Arunachal Pradesh


I came across this form of poetry on the Two Paise Poems blog. 2PP (my nickname for her) is a wonderful poet who always writes a little piece on the style she has used for each poem (very educational and a great source of prompts). 237 more words


Day 82 Salisbury to Eastbourne

Last night after dinner at the Swan Inn we had a game of skittles in the public bar family room.

This morning we plotted a course towards Brighton with a few visits planned on the way. 307 more words

Cycle Hire in Friston Forest

If you love cycling, try holiday bike hire at the Friston Cycle Centre at Cuckmere Haven in Sussex. Bike hire is for anyone of a reasonable fitness level, of any age, and babies and children too, even pets can come along in their own special bike seats or carriers.   70 more words

Venus in the West

The week of April 12th of this year, Venus shined near the western horizon during sunset. To find Earth’s sister planet in twilight skies you had to look for the brilliant evening star. 80 more words

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