We first visited Nagpur as kids, on our return journey from Delhi during the winter holidays. Nagpur was a stopover, so we got to spend a day or so, before we returned to Ernakulam.
Recently, I have been trying to market, or sell, my assets, or the landed properties that I possess in this wonderful state. Naturally, the best thing to do was to list them in the leading real estate portals. I did a quick write up on these properties/ villas, but what really surprised me was when … Continue reading Negative Kerala – Just A Perspective
That age old dilemma of what to tip in an unfamiliar country is solved for you with the below travel guide to tipping. Once you are armed with your new found tipping savvy, head off to our great locations to try it out. Essentially, a tip is given based on the level of service an … Continue reading A Travel Guide to Tipping
Matt Cutt’s blog is one of the few blogs that I religiously check every morning.. Most people in my field have surely heard of Matt… and it’s terrible to hear that he lost his wife last week (RIP)…. This fortnight has largely been dreadful… it has brought a lot of us down to earth… Am … Continue reading You Think That You Have Enough Time
I pray that in 2018, may you find the food better, the environment quieter, the cost much cheaper, and the pleasure more fulfilling than anything else…. May your hair, your teeth, your face-lift, your abs, and your stocks not fall; and may your blood pressure, your triglycerides, your cholesterol, your white blood count, and your … Continue reading A Personal New Year Message To You
Travel to Amman, Jordan and discover a city that mesmerizes you. Jordan is a Kingdom steeped in history and culture. All around you are remnants of ancient civilizations that have long since passed, yet they remain... The sense of its rich heritage is evident from the moment you land. Please note that I had visited … Continue reading Visting Amman And Jordan
This morning, I decided to order breakfast from my usual take-away restaurant… Had a late night… and I thought, what the hell…why not? He politely asked me the route and I told him...”Just send it with Prashanth”…. He knows the place! The usual reply came from the other end…Sir, he has let for the Gulf … Continue reading Kerala and the Gulf Connection
It is sad…this fire-cracker ban…. I couldn’t remember a Diwali that I celebrated in School without fire-crackers. Much to the dismay of my family members, I am a self confessed fire-cracker freako! Besides, most of the Sivakasi Fireworks future owners (Sivakasi is the center of Fireworks, at least in South India) were our classmates, seniors … Continue reading Chettan And The Firecrackers
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