This is another travel diary of mine. Generally, I like to travel alone as it gives me time to reassemble my thoughts. But this one time, my Ayya (Grandfather) accompanied me on my trip back to college from Nagercoil at the beginning of my 3rd year. It takes 12 hours to come from Nagercoil to … Continue reading Ayya: An inspiration
On my trip to Georgia, I was fascinated by the beauty of autumn. It was December and just the start of winter. I have never been to a place where I witnessed this season, so everything was new to me. Mostly all the leaves were in the orange-red colour and I kept looking out of … Continue reading The Red Beauty
The last time I went by bus, there was too much traffic, so I boarded the bus near Porur. This time I had no choice but to go to Koyambedu. My aunt told she would come and pick me up at the hostel at 6, so I had packed my bags and was ready … Continue reading The rush to Koyambedu
Last year, I went to a national ‘Industrial visit’ with my classmates. The reason for me to highlight industrial visit is because we never visited any industries. That’s what we all do, don’t we? Initially, the only reason for my friend and me to be excited about the IV was the trip to wonder la in … Continue reading The class trip
Shilpa Reddy, a neighbour of Emily Anderson had a story to tell. Emily loved playing with Shilpa and wanted to be like Shilpa when she grew up. She was a tall girl with long straight hair and sharp facial features. She was currently doing 2nd year in B.A. Literature and loved narrating stories. This is … Continue reading Parting gift
The bell rang and the teacher still went on with his lecture. It was break time; the girls were annoyed and kept screaming at him to end his class. He finished the topic and left the class. They all yawned and lazily moved around the class to talk to their friends. It was second break … Continue reading Skyping my future self
Emily stood in the latecomers' line during assembly for the second time this week and she was not happy. The assembly dragged on forever and it gave her a lot of time to think. All she could think of was how slowly her brother got ready today despite her warning. “Aaron, get ready fast! We’re … Continue reading Climbing the gate of fear!