An Approach Xenodochial

‘Hey Don’t Jump!! It’s dark and it will be difficult to look for you in this bushy cliff!!’

What was that!! Usually at comments like this from some barmy bizarro, my lady Boston Terrier face simply turns around and bruxes at the man facing me. May be because I just had a congenial chilled smoothie and I was comfortably sedated, I started sniggering in surprise and looked back! I mean who says such things to a stranger!

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Wayan! Wayan?! Wayan!?

‘Hi, hope you are doing well! Since you are arranging my transfer tomorrow, may I get any contact details of the driver?’

‘Hi Payel, all well! Don’t worry; it’s my husband Wayan, who will come to pick you up. So any problem; let me know.’ Replied my tubby host from the house of Sanur

My first introduction to a Balinese name and no harmful suspicion kicked off on just a mere name. I mean why should it be!

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The House at Varkala

One of the recent posts was about my sudden change of plan at Munroe Island and how I ended up reaching Varkala a day before. After an action packed evening, worn out from the despair of the shower at the bathroom, not getting a cozy night’s sleep even being on a holiday, this small moss green house at Varkala was the happy hug I was looking forward to.

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Unparalleled Andaman

When it comes to Andaman, I am emulous, unreasonable and unabashedly rude; mainly with the people who are travelling there. Because I know, once they come back they will say the thing I had already warned them on, ‘I felt like staying there forever and not come back to this real life!’ My point is, it’s a blasphemy on their side as only I can think like this; just waiting my entrance to the cabinet and I will bring a law against it!

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The Other Group Tour at Siem Reap

Siem Reap was quite an amazeballs, a jar full of red-blue-green poppins experiences with equally sweet creamy people. Previously I spoke of my break the dawn venture across the city, today’s post is about the west side of a day and another group tour I went for.

This from afternoon till sunset tour was about the terrains, the flora and faunas around Siem Reap city. We started with the floating village where we saw a village still pacing slowly behind time and life there was still peaceful among numerous adversities.

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