In Maxine’s Glass

Its mid of May and the sun has come right above our head shining brighter than ever before. Crossing the 1000 F mark it is extremely hot here in India. Same goes for other places of world, this is the season that can make a most adventures, travel loving, playful, enjoying person to loose the zeal to to what they love the most, its not a problem now. There are few places here in India which are not affected by the scorching heat of sun and are real paradise for your vacations this summer. Walk back through Mont-Blanc bridge and turn left. In the small English Garden (Jardin Anglais), there is the famous Flower Clock (L’horloge fleurie) (3) with the diameter of 5 metres, created in 1955 as a symbol of the city’s watchmaking. Walk along Promenade du Lac in the direction of the symbol of the city, the water jet (Jet D’Eau) which is turned on by hand every morning (9 ‘clock from Monday to Thursday and 10 ‘clock on Friday to Sunday from 16th September to 3rd November while the rest of the year it’s on between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.; it is sometimes turned off if the wind is too strong). Jet D’Eau was built as a safety valve to control and release the excess pressure of a hydraulic plant at the Usine de la Coulouvrenière. In 1891 it was moved to its present location. The engines of the fountain pump 500 liters of water per second to the height of 140 meters.

In today’s Globalised Scenario, numerous door of opportunities has opened and people can now move to another place without any hurdle. In this Modern contemporary world, it is now trending to travel another place for achieving studies. However, some people argue that for attaining knowledge it is not necessary to move other places and our world got brilliant scholars who completed their study in their native place. According to me, International education widens’s students perspectives and give them tremendous and better career opportunities.

Hello! I would like to ask if I can travel to Australia without any visa good for only 1 week or 2 weeks? Can I process my tourist visa in Australia once I’m already in Australia? Thanks and God bless! so you can consider India as a small earth everything that earth has to offer can be found here, and yeah those are pictures of India 🙂 you should visit here some day you’ll eventually find out. Thank you for stopping by and commenting!!Tavel

No problem Rochelle 🙂 You are always welcome dear. I’m happy you got your visa in Taiwan. Their online processing is really cool. Never done a real trip by train! Just an hour ride once! Would be kind of fun! Great lens! What a wonderful article. I have wondered about train travel in the new century. I used to go visit my grandmother when I was a teen in the 1960s and traveled on the train.

But let’s be honest: grad school has taken over my life (and it’s not that sexy to read about). There is less and less actual travel” in Travels with Tavel (sniff, sniff) and much of what I’d want to write about is off-limits (darn!). As my transition from travel writer and editor to physical therapist continues, I’ve decided to start shrinking my online presence. There is so much to say when it comes to what this transition feels like, what I am learning, and what I hope to experience as a student and, eventually, as a Doctor of Physical Therapy, but I guess we’ll just have to have actual conversations about all that now (can you imagine?!).

Imagine a train car. Two seats on either side of a middle aisle. All seats have windows etc. Did I just say all seats have windows? Wrong! The first set of seats at the very front of the train car DO NOT HAVE WINDOWS! These very seats were the seats assigned to us.