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... that would take me to my desired destinations. Most of the areas i saw were a walkable distance (5km / 3 miles or less), but for the sake of 10R / 10p it was worth taking the bus part of the way if i could. The shopping district was a mixture of malls, fast food outlets, restaurants and the like, as you'd expect. But it also had some local silk and oil making shops that made for an interesting change. The following day i visited Cubbon park. This park lies at the heart ...
... believe me. After the husband feigned to understand, he quipped with a comment or question in another language, expecting a response. I again repeated that I didn't understand, and our groups parted ways...
Tessa was again propositioned for photos when we visited places in Hyderabad. I initially backed away from the frame when this occurred- preparing to take my own picture- but in another turn of events they all requested that I pose in the pictures as well. Not wanting ...
... awake. We arrived early the next morning faced with the task of getting a hotel as the Indians are not very good at answering the phones or replying to emails. Whilst searching for the cheapest place, as Bangalore is an expensive area we met some other English travellers from Manchester.
We finally found a cheap hotel and decided that some sleep was in order after the lack of sleep on the train. After our sleep ...
... and cultural issues. But at the same time I'm also learning a lot. (For example, if you see signs saying "tolet" do not confuse it with "toilet" -- they are advertising an apartment for rent, not a public bathroom.)
So tomorrow is my first day of work, if the jetlag doesn't hinder me too much. I'm looking forward to meeting all my fellow co-workers and starting research. Hopefully I'll get the chance to take some pictures and update this blog again.
... meters as soon as we stepped outside, and the dust seemed to clog my throat, it was not a pleasing first experience. After a one hour bus ride we arrived to our apartments; we walked up to the third floor of the National Games Village complex and went into a simple room with yellow walls. As I explored the apartment, I noticed the simple furniture, half of the light bulbs missing or not working, the water heater, and most importantly the missing glass panel in the ...