An Arduous 2-Day Train Journey In India

There is a sea of pilgrims at Jammu’s small railway station.  I am travelling with my aunt and grandparents and the only way to travel is the 32-hours train ride to Calcutta.  We wait among the Victorian wooden pillars and arches.  Wafting aromas of cinnamon and tea leaves fill the air from the little tea... Continue Reading →

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Life Is A Book

## Note: This was part of the assignment for the Travel Writing Course at MatadorU The girl sitting at the table next to me seems lost in her book.  Hair tied in a bun, a swirling star tattoo peeking from under the pullover sleeve near the wrist, she bites her pink painted nails unconsciously.  A glass... Continue Reading →

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