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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we were waiting, the good thing about kids is you don't need to speak the same language! We finally got all the children and mothers settled in a couple of wards, made sure they had food and went home to dinner and bed ourselves! On Wednesday we went back to Rachnahalli, where the migrant workers live in the shack-like accommodation. This time we had a health worker with us to translate for us what the residents thought of the healthcare available to them and ...
... has savory smells of onions and masala (the word for spice) or vegetables and cardamom. The smells waft around the house all day long until the long awaited lunch is served. I think in the past I could disassociate myself from the food because there wasn't this enticing smell tickling my nose all day long. In a usual office space, you leave to get lunch, or you bring it, or there's a kitchen where folks heat something from home up in the microwave, which is the usual tell ...
... down, and also the issue of respect was discussed. The issue of "groupism" as they called it was also raised, in certain classes the girls were forming into groups, and this was seen as a major issue rather than just a normal set of behaviour from teenage girls. They talked about the use of other languages as well, the school is meant to mainly operate in English meaning that no local dialects are spoken, this is in operation within the teachers as well. It ...
... they charge you the honest price, only to be unfortunate to be price-gouged the next day. Usually they are men-only establishments, but in this bar I did see one crazy, old lady in the corner sipping on a glass of some dark libation, throwing empty bottles at passersbys, and cackling hysterically with each pitch. Sometimes you can drink your order there, other times you just take it with you. Each one has its idiosyncrasies, but they are always an experience ...
... to rub charcoal and oil all over it. The guy there really didn't do too much explaining as to why this ritual is done, and what exactly the significance of the bull to the Hindu religion is... so this place wasn't too exciting to me.
The Jain temple was pretty awesome though. We didn't really learn anything specific about the religion, except that a very high majority of Jains are very wealthy. This entire temple was four stories tall, and ...