The thing about UWC Mahindra College is that as you’re walking around campus or sitting in your room with the window open just enough to allow the cool air in or just standing at your favourite spot, you can hear the sound of waves crashing. It’s funny though, because the nearest ocean is more than a hundred miles away. And it’s amazing when you realise, standing there with your eyes closed and ears open, that it’s actually the sound of the wind blowing through the rustling leaves. That’s when you know that you’re living in one of the most beautiful places where laughter and conversation saturate the air with happiness and the feeling of home.
I am currently busy with school work…it just seems to get more every day. But oh well, it also makes me look forward to summer break in two months:) As I mentioned I went to Kerala and Goa for travel week. It started with a 32 hour train ride from Pune to Kochi in the state of Kerala (south).
With bruised bums and throbbing thighs, we plunked ourselves down onto the forest floor. Our eyes, heavy and half-closed, scanned the surroundings but failed to recognize any of its features. We were lost and quite terribly so. I guess our judgment may have been impaired by exhaustion because choosing a path based on how “pathlike” it is, isn’t always the best idea.