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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... stuffed mattresses, a blanket, a sheet, 2 pillows, a pillow cover and curtains for a meager 2000 rupees (~$30). These were delivered to our rooms and I took a short nap as the fight against jet lag was exhausting me. After this much too short rest, we met up for dinner at the mess hall. Dinner consisted of Chapati bread, rice and 4 gravies of various colors and consistencies. I opted for the 2 that were the lightest in color, ...
... welcomed me with a Norwegian breakfast: vestlandslefse (traditional pancake with butter, cinnamon and sugar) and knäckebröd. We played games and watched Norwegian television. We ate ice-cream all day, because that is a tradition on the national day. In the evening they prepared Norway's favourite snack: hotdogs (there was a vegetarian version for me). I had a great time and I learned a lot.
It is also great to hang out ...
... a karaoke club! Sarah and I weren't sure whether we would be allowed in as we were so casually dressed and pretty dirty, but apparently being white makes up for a lot. Unlike in the UK where one person does a bit of karaoke and everyone else watches, here everyone in a packed out club sings along to everything. Everyone went a bit wild when Robbie Williams's Rock DJ came on haha. We ended the night at a late night restaurant for a bit of sustenance, but rather than the usual chips ...
... wasn’t a road address, they looked at us disbelievingly. Anyhow, I was in no mood to convince them that in many places in Canada, a PO box is the closest you’re going to get to a mailing address. We had been planning on going to the botanical gardens after Gandhi Bazaar but it was almost noon and it was sweltering outside. We were glad that we had visited the gardens in the late afternoon because it was still quite warm out when we left around 5 pm.
... a lot more difficulty controlling them - they were testing my patience and looking for reactions. I knew I was being too ******* myself but I coudn't help it. Teaching at Parikrma was a lot harder than I had imagined!
Outside of school, it was fun to be settling into a community and meeting new people. When we arrived there were two other volunteers living in the apartment where we would be staying - Laura from the US and Vemela from Singapore - and another two ...