Tag Archives: India

The Bomb

I came across the topic of a nuclear issue with a friend in Northern India (I’m terrible, I know). Actually it was him who mentioned the atomic bomb first as we were discussing rebellion movements and then Pakistan and then … Continue reading

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Varanasi

You hear about the place at home. “The place in India where they burn people in Ganga and then swimm in the dirty river with rubbish.” The most unexpected thing is that when you are actually sitting there on the … Continue reading

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The train ride

I took a train. A long one. From Aurangabad to Varanasi. It was the best train ride ever. It was quite comfortable as the number of present passengers in the compartment exceeded the designed number not even twice. And the … Continue reading

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Continuum

I was happy to be able to demonstrate the advantages of an overland traveling over appearing suddenly in the strange location after spending long hours on the highway or above the clouds. When you go pass the lands, the change … Continue reading

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The rain has gone

I’m standing on a terrace of the big villa overlooking the misty rainforest of Mahabaleshwar. This place is the most humid place on the planet. It beat even the Mt. Everest in the annual amount of rain-fall. Although, lately the … Continue reading

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A man in stress

I’m walking along the road through Mapasa to other side of the city. Nobody looks like care to give me a ride but one car’s stopping. “Can you give me a ride? Where are you going sir?” “I’m just driving … Continue reading

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The wrong season guy

The sleeping land is being whipped by the rain. The locals gather in one bar as their own are closed. Half of the menu can’t be ordered and the prices for accommodation are very negotiable. The ocean uses its immeasurable … Continue reading

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