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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 ...
... of Time and Space and spoke to the artist which made the visit worthwhile.
Then I visited Bangalore Palace and with audio and headphones learnt about early regal/royal British/Indian life. All rather interesting with English garden layout. The Rolling Stones, Elton and other major celebs have performed at this venue at the back of the palace. It's all rather tired and lost a lot of its grandeur but it was interesting learning the history.
-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).
Intro to Bangalore- check!
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... out pretty well! We had drinks and sang songs pretty late into the night and had a great time.
The next day, the school held a special assembly for the Karnataka state holiday. Lots of the teachers showed up dressed in red and yellow, the state colours, and teachers and students alike did dances, read poems, and generally celebrated their state. By this time we were settling into our experience at the school - Emily doing ...