Ambassador Pallava Chennai
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... when they go back to their own cities. We are excited that the training has helped many to think big – expanding their vision of reaching out to young people.
On Saturday we spent a day with the group, visiting some places in Chennai, travelling in mini buses through the city. The sights, sounds and smells gave the senses a working over. The visit to Chennai Marina Beach was an amazing experience – with the vast beachfront, some 300m ...
... when it is from a place like India. It must be quite a shock for Indians who go abroad for the first time to see that the rest of the world is not quite as overpopulated, poor and chaotic as their home country. Anyway, I had a good, fun chat with these lovely ladies. I only regret that we were unable to spend more time together. But I do hope that this was just the first of many future trips abroad for them all.
And my luck didn't ...
... were allowed to do this part ourselves :). Next came the saree... They chose amazing colours and prints for us (reds, greens, purples and blacks) . After many pins and re folds the sarees were on and we were even treated to amazing jewellery - matching earrings and necklaces. Walking appeared to be a challenge to begin with (I like to think after a few mins we had it under wraps but we will let others be the judge of that). After many photos we headed to the ODC for a session on Mint ...
... early"...that's why we ended up there again, but they had good food so..) Our mission for today was to send some stuff back home. We went to a guy who packed everything neatly, before heading to the post office. Good to have a little less to carry. And the price ain't that bad either (at least compared to Norway!)
Marisel had to meet her group for school at Coffee.Com, we joined her, cause we needed to print out our flights information (so we ...
Having boarded the train the previous night to find a packed cabin full of snoring Indian men and two narrow bunks at the top of the cabin we eventually arranged our sheets and snuggled down, only to find that a family cockroaches were a foot above our head. Neither of us has ever shared a bed with a cockroach before and to say we both handled it differently would be an understatement. Whereas I was too tired to care, Alice had to first set up her defences. This being ...