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Monthly Archives: August 2012
Today, as most days these days, I woke up finding myself with not that much to do. As I am still new in this city, I thought it would be nice to go to a new neighborhood I haven’t seen … Continue reading
I am a lucky girl. I’ve had the opportunity to travel and live in several places in the world, and experience different cultures, meet new people, and expand my world views by pushing my personal boundaries further. During these travels … Continue reading
India, the land of contradictions, never seizes to surprise me. Each day in this country is a miniature adventure, and pretty much each day I’ll see something I have never seen before, nor expected to see. Sometimes these things I … Continue reading
A pot hole, a la Banhalore.