Brigade Homestead Serviced Apartments
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... the sewers run along under the pavements as the two meter wide paving slabs making up the pavements have ventilation holes in them. Every now and then you are subjected to some rather interesting smells. Often you have to make a choice between reeking pavements (especially bad in parts where wet patches on walls and pavements indicate a local rickshaw driver urinating spot) and petrol fumigated road verges. Walking on the road is sometimes a better choice. The traffic is manic ...
... free education to the poorest kids of Bangalore. They don’t only help the children out, but also the parents. By taking care of complete picture they hope to give each child the best chances in life. Their motto is love, explore and excel. And loving is the most important part: a lot of students don’t get enough love at home.
And the formula is a success. The first graduates turn out ...
... shoulder-to-shoulder with the locals. It's like taking your life in your own hands and it worked.
GT has just arrived back from the office and said it was sad to say goodbye. They are wonderfully hospitable and friendly. I seemed to have made three new best friends with Anu, Mary and Swarna. Anu said I reminded her of her mother ...
-Our first drunk food meal was naan & chicken tikka masala...DELICIOUS (and how awesome is that?)!!! And I'm proud to say we still ate it properly by only using our right hands, as it is custom to do so. If you want to be looked at repulsively here, simply use your left hand while eating any meal (this follows the practice that one's left hand is "used" while using the restroom, and many institutions do not have toilet paper).
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... in front of their peers - show-and-tell and presentations on animals they'd invented were some of the activities I used to engage them. It was fun, but man did it ever feel difficult to keep them in control!
At the end of the week, we celebrated a very special day - my birthday! This was my second birthday on the road, a day spent with Em doing nearly nothing at our apartment but enjoying relaxing. In the evening, all the ...