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... Sent back to complete the third form, placed lost in queue, so back of queue to present our three forms to immigration. All passengers had the same problems, so this took some time.
Having passed through customs and passport control we were met by our guide (Barrie) for the tour and hustled on to the transport, which in all honestly was not up to European standards but had 4 wheels and basic ...
... 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 ...
... family comes over with their kids. They get a picture with me. Then another family. I’m serious. This happens maybe 7 times. I even have a couple that comes over with salted cucumbers as a gift to take a picture with me. I have never been the source of so much amusement and felt like I was almost in a circus, where people were finding curiosity in the person, whom hadn’t meant to be curious. Meanwhile the corn was sold and another ...
... don't like taking a whole class, it is too much to ask of me! I had to take two boys out of the class because they hit each other and I wasn't having it, I asked them what they were hitting about and then explained that I didn't really care, and that they should NEVER hit each other. They looked really shocked!
In the afternoon, me and two of the other volunteers went over to one of the other Parikrma centres. it was very interesting to see how ...
... wanted a taxi. Nope. No such luck. Ride to the bus station in a full size taxi (5 km away) = Rs 400 ($8). Bus ticket to Mysore (a 3 hour trip) = Rs 280 ($5.50). India 2, Betty 0.
I sat up front on the bus with a group of local Indian women from Mysore who were very nice. I got to see a lot of the countryside and watch the traffic go by – rickshaws, scooters, trucks, and the odd ox-pulled cart full of ...