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... were so pleased to finally get to view this majestic cat from a distance. We were all taking pictures of the distant tiger on the left, when, all of a sudden, GaŽlle gasped from the right side of the jeep. There was a tiger approaching our car, not 5 meters away. For the first time, I was entirely grateful for the bars on the window. This tiger was roaming right outside our jeep! We ...
... 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 ...
Friday was another transition day, since we were to fly to Chennai in the evening. So, we set out from the hotel around 9 a.m. and spent the day doing some sightseeing in Bangalore. Our driver was rather apologetic for how little there was to see in Bangalore. It did, however, give him opportunity to take us to see a great number of Hindu temples and religious sites, which he seemed to prefer. We visited the major ...
... Sunday morning mass (a total coincidence) and got to see the church in full swing. It was definitely not as ornate (both in terms of the exterior and interior) as churches we had visited in Europe. There was however stained glass inside the primary church, which was in an interesting hexagonal shape. The adjacent building contained the actual infant Baby Jesus idol which was also interesting in that it was separate from the main church. The arrangement of fresh ...
... an intriguing place, very peaceful and very serious, quite a contrast to the outside world of traffic and busy lives.
After a little spot of calm we continued our wander round to the botanical gardens, which weren't really garden like, or particularly full of flowers, but nice for a walk and a sit. Dinner was a nice change from curry as we opted for a restaurant run by a very nice Italian man who's lived in Italy for years and ...