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By the name 'rural exposure trips' I went to Yeldur two weekends in a row. It was a program by CSA, it contained teambuilding games, visits to families, working on the farmlands and working with kids. The goal of showing the life in the rural areas was achieved quite successfully.
The first surprise was on the bus there. It wasn’t a surprise the teachers gave me, but a surprise by the students. I’m used to a quit bus ride ...
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... a bit more aware of what I need to watch out for and how to take care of myself, but most importantly how to let go of any fear or prejudice and live in the moment. I don't think I would've had fun on this trip if I had the choice between staying in my room versus going out and playing with the kids, or staying in my room versus walking around the city and seeing what was around where we stayed. I'm sure I still have a lot to learn, but maybe if I stop thinking about what I'm doing ...
... 000) and the atmosphere was amazing, everyone had red flags and the whole stadium was a sea of red and gold (RCB colours) and they all went mad every time the IPL theme tune was played or they saw one of their idols. Everyone was praying on the weather holding out. RCB (Our adopted team) bowled really well and restricted the KKR (92 for 6 off 13 overs) to a fairly low score before the rain came in. It rained for a 1.5hrs and we all thought it was going to ...
Due to the India England game being moved from Kolkata to Bangalore we had to do some rescheduling. Well my travel agent Claire did! This meant we did lose some money on cancellation fees for flight and trains to Kolkata and although our cricket tickets were transferred those cheeky chaps at the ICC gained a 1000 rupees per ticket off us (13 quid). I'm writing to the Times about that one! The only benefit was we got to fly rather than train or bus. ...