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Mar 31, 2011 - Memoir    25 Comments

Cycling to Cochin – Riding on 3 Apples and a RedBull

Mission: Ride from Perumbavoor to Cochin on my Bicycle. 38.7 kms as per Google Maps.

–[Log]–

31st March 2010 – 7: 14 am: Leaving home on my old cycle

Backpack contains 3 Apples, 1 can of Red Bull, two bottles of Water mixed with ORS and chilled.

Stop 1. ATM 2 kms away, took out 200 bucks.

Stop 2. Aluva, 55 minutes after start. Calls back home, saying am alright 😉 Had the Redbull, and an Apple. 10 minutes.

Stop 3. At Panambilly Nagar (Destination). Time Elapsed: 2 hours 19 secs.

–[End of Log]–

Mission Status: Accomplished! YAY.

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Mar 13, 2011 - Scribblings    2 Comments

Where are you?

My intention of starting this blog was to blog for the joy of blogging, to write down random ramblings and to document my life. The only people I expected to read this was my real family and the people I think as my family.

But soon it became an obsession and started growing on me. I started writing down every thing in my life, and it grew to a point where I didn’t want to do something, cuz, if I did, I would have to write it down in here. I felt it during the Tata Jagriti Yatra where I had to note down the details somewhere so that I would remember it when I was blogging here. It was not fun anymore.

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Dec 28, 2010 - Memoir    9 Comments

Day Out in Mumbai

The boarding point of Tata Jagriti Yatra was Bombay. My mom’s sister lives in Bombay, so the plan was to come here a day early and spend a day in Bombay.

I got on the train on 21st, Tuesday. Too bad, my uncles dad passed away the very same day and mom’s sister was coming back home to Kerala. But she had made arrangements for my stay in one of her neighbours’ home, Alice aunty and family, they are also my relatives by too distant ones.

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Dec 26, 2010 - Memoir    No Comments

This is My December, This is My Time of the Year!

It has been a month of travel so far. It started with the Trip to Bangalore to meet Sri Sri Ravi Shankar at his ashram in Bangalore.

39 of us from the YES+ team got on the bus on a Friday evening and got off. On the way we had food-less hotels, water-less bathrooms, and powerless mobile phones, but it all didn’t matter because after all those troubles we were finally home at the ashram.

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