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... and we also saw that baby that was born some days ago... He has a rash, and he's very quiet... I wonder if he will actually survive, poor skinny thing. It's so emotionally exhausting being here! However... We also had to check out today so we had to lug around our big backpacks everywhere and it's HOT. Ugh. So hot. We had lunch at the hospital for 20 rupees (chipati curry, our daily favourite) at around 3. Then we headed off to Church street to ...
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 ...
... on my laptop.
A big surprise to me was how willing people were to be photographed. In almost all cases, I asked first before shooting. Once requested, many parents actually egged their kids to pose for me. In return I spent some time talking to them in English, even if it was obvious they didn't understand. In many cases where the kids could speak English, it was fun to observe their parents appear happy and ...
... travel. The plan was to have Kaushik pick me up from Pune, where I was currently camping, and we would head out to Daman from there.
So, on the morning of 18th Oct, having had the Scorpio serviced, cleaned, equipped with powerful halogen headlights, a towing rope, etc., Kaushik finally set off from Bangalore to Pune to kick off what was going to be unquestionably the best journey I have undertaken so far.
In Bangalore, I had my first real experience of culture shock in India.
For the last month, I had been existing on street food and navigating via Lonely Planet guidebook. But Bangalore is the capital of India's growing IT economy. Call your local phone company with a problem? It most likely will be picked up by someone in this city. That technology, however, means that over the last decade this town has rapidly westernized, ...