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First, Let Me Explain

If you follow me on Facebook you probably saw this post  On Tuesday night there was a pub crawl held for exchange/erasmus students. I should note that Wednesday was a public holiday so no classes were held the next day. 246 more words


Tonto National Forest - The view from lower Fish Creek Hill

According to the sign at the very windy that day lookout point, Fish Creek Hill is famous for it’s winding, steep and narrow descent. While the view of the mountains and canyons were spectacular I can imagine it being even more so when it’s warmer and things are blooming, 214 more words


Of plans and updates

When you are really, keenly waiting or hoping for something, that is when the said thing keeps eluding you. Leaving you feeling sad and disappointed. I have been waiting for a call since about a week now. 336 more words


Time warps sucked me in

I don’t know what happened. I just looked down and two weeks went by. It’s like getting sucked forward. But none of it sucked.

The last two whirlwind weeks were filled with Bavaria and Roman adventures and not enough naps and too many flights and now I’m sitting in a Lucca hotel room fighting off a terrible cold and wishing for my own bed and some homemade soup and wifi strong enough to stream a Netflix show. 107 more words


The Elephant Festival

The Elephant Festival is an annual festival which is held every year in the Pink City, Jaipur. This matchless event is organised on the full moon day of Phalgun Purnima which falls in the month of February/March. 180 more words


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Fingal's Cave

The name ‘Fingal’s Cave’ is wrapped in myth. Around 250 AD Finn MacCumhaill, or Fingal, was possibly an Irish general who had a band of faithful warriors – a Celtic parallel to King Arthur and his Round Table. 321 more words

Travel To India

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