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... were pretty decent and Willem even ended up buying something so it was worth our while. We agreed to visit one more shop with him after he gave us some rupees for breakfast. Once we had eaten we wandered back to MG road, found a coffee shop and sat chilling until Kazuki showed up. It was good to catch up over several more coffees before having a wander round the malls. There wasn't much to see or do, it was ...
... teachers and board members started the schools out of idealism. Those schools exist only because of sponsors, mostly big organisations (companies or universities as CU) but sometimes individuals as well. The founders gave up their luxurious lives and spent all their money and energy on the children. They hoped to give the kids a better chance in life. A noble yet realistic goal. During the meetings I could feel the ...
... I had never seen it before and it definitely made me understand it a lot better. There were two interfaces the code-based one and the graphic-one. In India, the coded one is a lot more popular. However, they told us that especially younger staff prefers working with the graphic interface. It definitely seemed a lot easier to use... We also learned about the e-mail to client out of the GDS function as well as the Amadeus flight ...
... br> Our night on the town is cut short when we aren’t let in a club because I’m wearing shorts and sandals. I didn’t even think of it. The last I took honest stock in what I was wearing was when we were buying Indian style shirts in Auroville. Since then, I simply haven’t taken into consideration whether I look good or not. I don’t care. It doesn’t matter to me, and anyone judging me without so much as a word between us is someone I simply ...
... some of which were two stories tall. Granted, these were definitely far from nice buildings, but they still were not typical slums. The people that lived here were by far better off than the people living outside of my apartment complex.
But, enough about that. The slums we went to were special because my school, Christ University, has different programs that they sponsor for the people that live in these slums. One thing ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility