Leave a comment

India Week #010 – Connecting Across Cultures (Sharing Passions)

Adventures of an American Traveler

All people share the same passions. They are merely manifest differently according to one’s culture and conditioning. ~Yasuo Kuwahara

I was sitting at a local Irish pub nursing my second Jameson and Sprite, they don’t stock ginger ale here, so had to settle for my 2nd most preferred cocktail. I like the smoothness and subtle sweetness Irish whiskey adds to the package as compared to a bourbon like Jack Daniels or the local Indian whiskeys which tend to be harsher than my tasted buds enjoy. It felt odd being at an Irish pub in India particularly as I was the only person with a pasty white, Irish-like complexion in a sea of dark haired, brown skinned individuals. I lost count of the number of people that glanced in my direction or outright glared at the oddity I am in this part of the world.

I was alone in the pub sitting at…

View original post 2,439 more words


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s


The thing is...

other side of the mountains

Travel. Taste. Teach.

wild life weeks

your weekly nature and travel blog

Midnight Musings

Life From a Different Perspective


A little something for you.

Bonnywood Manor

Peace. Tranquility. Insanity.

Elan Mudrow

The Ridges of Intertextuallity

Two Bangali Backpackers

Travel, Tiffin & Prem


Every Heart Has A Story.

pen, actually

stationery lover, grammar queen

Sweta Ojha

A Personified Narrative : Defying Reality. Sketching Imageries.

Atoms of Thought

Essays on travel, identity, literature, and philosophy.


by Evelina Di Lauro


Because life is too overrated to ignore

Milly Schmidt

The Cat's Write


"My words are my identity"

%d bloggers like this: