It was earlier this year during the 2010 South Indian Odyssey that a few members of our group spent a fun morning with elephants just outside Periyar National Park in Kerala, South India. Shantha Kumari, featured in yesterday’s blog post, can be seen in this YouTube video receiving a spa treatment from our group of enthusiastic travelers. I highly recommend the experience of scrubbing an elephant.
Periyar or Thekkady in the western ghats of Kerala in South India is a refuge of rolling hills, lush green forests, amazing wild life and countless tea and spice plantations. The western ghats or Sahyadri Mountains run north to south along the western side of India. These hills are the perfect ge...Read More
Certainly one of the most beautiful states in all of India, Kerala is full of charm. Here are a few images from my recent visit to this lush, green state. A large clay Ganesha stands guard at the entrance to a hotel in Fort Kochi. A giant raintree creates an umbrella of green over the…Read More
Marari beach, quiet for most of the day is bustling with activity in the early hours of the morning. Fishermen, boats and birds line the shore. Young and old men brave the strong waves to cast their nets and haul in what the ocean may spare for them that day. Fortunate birds wait eagerly for…Read More
The classic Indian Head Shake or wobble has been the way many Indians communicated for centuries if not millenniums but it is certainly something that has baffled foreigners forever. We were about 7 hours into our flight to Kochi (via Abu Dhabi), though it felt like 15, cabin lights were dimmed a...Read More
The last time I was off to India was in January this year and I made a little video of my first few days. My friend, Mike, joined me on that journey as well. We went a few days early before the rest of the group joined up with us to and collectively we began…Read More
The Entreprenuers’ Orgranization invited me to conduct an all day workshop for them in Perth, Western Australia on August 18th. The topic I chose for this workshop was “Understanding the Mind”. The venue was the beautiful Matilda Bay conference room which overlooked the bay and ...Read More