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Woke up at 5.30am - for some reason I've been waking before dawn every morning since the holiday began - before Ian even who is accustomed to getting up at this time for work at home. We leave Madras today for Bangalore and caught an autorickshaw to Egmore Station only to find that we had to catch the train from Madras Central. …
... out the train system, everyone was recommending we get A/C tickets but they were all booked up for months with big waiting lists so we decided to brave standard class to get up to our next stop - Munnar.
Train journey was . . . ok. It was absolutely packed, Jim got pooed on by a bird in the station - it was huge, warm and smelled like curry - not a good start to a 12 hour journey. A nice man looked after us and made sure we got on the right train. Indian trains are ...
know, or want proved? and that i can do. but the idea of staying in
scotland and deciding myself what the south indian farmers' most
pressing reserch question would be and proceding with it seemed an
approach worth of empirists and colonialists, though admittedly with an
entirely different narrative and approach. anyway, i decided to come here
to contact the movements and ask people, "can research be of use to you
or your movement? what ...
Interesting arriving in India. Arrived in Bangalore about 8:00 pm last night after a one hour flight from Colombo. Hired a taxi to take me to my hostel. After getting to the area where my hostel is, the driver could not locate it after 30 minutes of searching. Watching the taxi meter go up I exited the taxi near a tuk tuk (3 wheel taxi)stand and paid him about $19. US for the 50 minute plus ride. then I hired a ...
... really want to go back to learn even more... I find Buddhism fascinating. The monk that spoke to us really got me interested in coming back specifically to this place. He said that they have special days and times that foreigners and non-Buddhists can come in for services and to learn more about Buddhism and what it is all about. I really enjoyed learning that Buddhism was originally not a real religion. The original Buddha meant for it to be ...