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... 5. It was closed as it was a public holiday due to a Muslim festival that everyone in the area was celebrating. The teacher at the daycare centre had organised for mothers to bring in their children where we checked their weight and confirmed that they were grade 3 underweight and explained to the parents about going to BBH. The exams were to be carried out over 3 days, requiring the mothers and their children to spend 3 nights at the hospital, they would ...
We arrived in Bangalore after a 10 hour bus journey not knowing where we had been dropped off and with no hotel booked. We took a Tuk Tuk near to the train station as we knew we were leaving by train the next day and found a hotel near by. There wasn't a great deal in the area so we watched some tv in the room and headed out in the ...
... number of people. We soon got into the water for bathing. [Bathing in Sangam]After getting into the water, we marked that the water was dirty and there were various types of insects in the water. I was scared for a moment and was about to get out of water. But next moment I saw others bathing very happily and became fearless. Enjoyed water for a long time. [River ...
... making a wager on whether I would make it. After another round of Frogger, the third driver was the charm. 30 Rupees took me on my first wild and wacky auto rickshaw ride, which by the way beats most amusement rides in the states. The most concise way that I can sum up driving in India: ORGANIZED CHAOS :) And again, I was luvin' every second of it. I hop off the auto, stumble to my guesthouse, where I find out that they have no record of my ...
I left Punducherry to get a night bus back to Bangalore. Where I arrived in the morning and got several local buses and a rickshaw to go back to the Krishnamurti retreat centre.
I stayed here for a week and enjoyed my time being away from everything, meeting interesting people, eating nice food and making my own studies. Again the centre was very quiet
with only me and 3 other people staying. There was however many visitors that came to stay ...