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... but was in Bangalore for the week for work. It was great to meet her and hear all about her life in India. We loved talking about all of our travel experiences and the differences between our cultures.
We ended our exciting day taking a tuk tuk back to the hotel! This is a little three wheeled buggie that all of the locals use to get around. Thankfully Akansha was with us to negotiate a price so the driver could not rip us off! ...
... teach us to do what she did. I asked if helping people get dressed was a common request. It, apparently, was not as this was her first time assisting guests in this manner. We thanked Sumajara profusely for her handiwork and hoped to see her again.
With a braid in my hair and a bindi on my forehead, I was ready for the evening. After a lobby photoshoot we enjoyed a beer at the polo club and then headed to ...
... I thought I would check one more time at the front desk. They had no idea what I was talking about but said that it would need an override and should be taken care of by the time I got up.
Once I got up this morning I called the manager and they said it shouldn't be a problem but could they just email me later today. I had to press them a bit as I wanted to know before we headed to work as I would have to check out if they could not accommodate ...
... following requirements as far as vehicle is concerned.
Vehicle pooling for group travel:
We are six adults and five kids. It is better if all of us could travel in one vehicle instead of seperate ones. This helps in doing our bit towards the environment. 2800 KMs driving in 3 seperate vehicles would burn a lot of fuel also add up to the pollution. Having one vehicle would be eco-friendly as well as wallet-friendly.
... touch and change the lives of millions of people.
Within the room, toward the end of the lecture I observed many women who were overcome by the Kandalini energy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kundalini ). It was fascinating to watch these women as their faces contorted in a joyful manner and/or they began to jump around somehow using their hip muscles (a fascinating motion) and/or they swayed uncontrollably.
After the lecture, I enjoyed ...