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... and counsel rooms were mind-boggling to say the least !!
From here to a small village about 20 kilometres back toward Bangalore, Srirangapatnam (there goes the ink in my printer cartridge ...another long Indian name). At this location, we view the fort, the temple and the summer palace of Tipu Sultan. A few pictures etc are provided. This sultan and his family were we to find out had a strong connection with those in Cochin (Kochi). The latter being our ...
Officially I have an internship at CSA, an organization that is part of Christ University (CU). Following lessons wasn't part of the plan when I came, but when CU invited me to attend classes I didn’t refuse. For two weeks I went to classes at the faculty of education. Where in the Netherlands it takes four years to become a teacher, here in India it takes one. But a big difference with my course is that you need a bachelor to start the teacher ...
... Jodhpur, Udaipur, Chamba, Munnar, Coorg, Panchgani, Kalimpong, Ajanta, Chandigarh, Shilong, Itanagar, Megahalaya, Mahabaleshwar, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and others. The tourist can choose from any of the above mentioned locations for the dream trip of their life. The couple can go to visit Agra as it is the city of Taj Mahal. Imagine the thrill of walking together on the silver sandy beaches of Goa where breeze coming from the sea whisper romantic ...
... water. After Oliver Beach and now Banana Beach I was beginning to notice a theme in India for drinking and dining experiences.
Random rivers running through the restaurant that you have to jump over.
So after several Tom Collins, of which ordering was an utter nightmare. In India I have found it a slight issue to order items from a menu. Whilst most individuals have an understanding ...
... because it's easy to see that there's a lot to love about this place.
Most surprisingly though, it's a little familiar. It's even more emphasised because I'm experiencing it with people for whom it's totally foreign. For example, the food etiquette is making sense, I recognise the menus, the Indian head wiggle makes sense and the accent is easily decipherable. During orientation, as Jacob explains the differences between Indian mindsets ...