The zeal with zest – Desert Safari

Any adventurous attractions involve risks. So is, Desert safari. Not sure if Indian families visiting Dubai realize it. Rangamani's wish in Flying Ravana was blocked by the veto powers of Thangamani due to her calibration of risk against fun. Ocean, Forest, Desert, Sky are symbolic representations of the behemoth called the cosmos. They are carnivorous … Continue reading The zeal with zest – Desert Safari

Yet another outsourcing story, Makati

"Philippines is taking away our jobs". I have heard this many times in exotic Indian IT industry since 2007. Indian BPO companies have haunting stories. It may be their work pressure, office hours, and cultural issues. Above all, customers blasted Indian BPO agents for their Indian accent. Some of them used racist comments, too. It … Continue reading Yet another outsourcing story, Makati

Water Ghost of MacRitchie Reservoir

MacRitchie reservoir has plenty of nature trails of different distances and different difficulties. I had been there a couple of times to take the smaller trails. I had the courage to run my Decathlon Run 2021 there. One fine day Kannan and I went to the full stretch of 11Kms. This attraction has a haunting … Continue reading Water Ghost of MacRitchie Reservoir

V for Victory – war & love at Jersey

Jersey is a small and autonomous island under the shadow of the UK. It is part of Channel Islands. But it is not part of United Kingdom. St Helier is the capital town. This small water-locked country, has a close connection with India. Lal Bahadur Shastri wanted to transform a milk-deficient India into the world's … Continue reading V for Victory – war & love at Jersey

Sketching & Sculpting of Ajanta

The upper berths of Indian railways are like attics without a window! He appreciated himself for his philosophy and lying with crossed legs in his 'attic' of Devagiri Express bound for Mumbai. Travels - especially traveling alone - were the moment of dhyana for him. He used to get dazzling ideas during such travels. But … Continue reading Sketching & Sculpting of Ajanta

Pursuing a Tamilian Cafe at Matunga

Have you ever tasted a South Indian Filter Coffee at Matunga? That was Jaggu's plan for 1st Dec 2007! Jaggu noted down the address of Mani’s lunch home. He boarded the train early in the morning of that bright Sunday. He took the whole stretch from Borivali to Church Gate, from where he switched to … Continue reading Pursuing a Tamilian Cafe at Matunga