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... slow enough to be comprehensible, despite a few thick accents with questionable pronunciations. I only had limited question marks in my notebooks after lectures and quickly looked up the vocabulary that was being conveyed in differing English intonations. The hardest part was staying focused as 3 monkeys played directly outside of our classroom and one leaped onto the barred window. While this is commonplace for most of the Indian students, it took all ...
... of little New Zealand. We are staying in a nice leafy suburb ( still filled with constant cars, motorbikes using their horns continuously) so we went for a walk around the hotel. We were right by a shopping centre with hundreds of shops selling clothes, shoes, gold and silver jewellery. In front of the shops, and covering most of the footpaths there are ...
... breakfast and one after for lunch. We had our breakfast served on a banana leaf and ate it with hands. South Indian food is chili and yummy.
Later in the evening; Sukriti and Rajesh came over to our hotel to say bye. Tomorrow is our departure, and I will be leaving for Kolkata to meet with Izati.
... another city, 700 miles from home. I was compelled to interact with adults who I feared would constantly judge me. I was thrown into a house with two strangers with the knowledge of only their names. I was forced to adapt to surroundings different from my usual habitat.
It wasn't easy. We bickered about the paint I splattered across the room; we argued about the shrill ring of alarm clocks ...
... for setting up manufacturing and SEZs
a state which is more often known as Madras (in old times) and now Chennai for the rest of the average Indian on the street.
well known as a land of Dosai and Idli-Sambhar around the world.
for the fairer sex among us it is known as land of beautiful silk and printed saries
I always wanted to drive and see places ...