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... about £70) or a 2BHK for INR 10,000. The problem is that landlords generally want a minimum of an 11 month let. Not that this really makes a lot of sense as they always say to give a two month leaving notice. The deposit is generally 10 months’ rent which is a fair amount of money to cough up by Indian standards.
Most of the houses in this price range are unfurnished but it’s easy enough to pick up a cheap mattress. I found a place I quite liked, on a quiet ...
I'm already in India for three months now, which means I’m halfway. Most of the time so far I’ve been studying, just a little was traveling. The second half of my stay will be just the opposite: one month of studying and then two months of traveling. The last month of assignments has been planned from A to Z: I’m at a stage where most of my focus will be on righting reports and finishing up projects.
It is time to make up ...
As I headed out this morning torrential rains, as a result of the cyclone further north meant the traffic was slow...not a problem for me looking out from the car and taking in the sites. GT and the others were late for work because traffic was at times at a standstill.
I visited the Art Museum which is part of the Art College but the most interesting part was seeing the students (from a distance) working on their mini sculptures. I also saw ...
... in a hot, sugary syrup to get thoroughly coated. Even Megs tried a couple but found it too sweet for her liking. We then went upstairs and ordered a variety of dishes to take home for dinner. It was this night that we came upon one of Megs’ favourite dishes, Kerala Paratha. It is very similar to Roti Canai and was served with a very mild curry made of almond or cashew paste and mixed with cashews and paneer. It was mild enough that Megs actually ate the ...
... handed us a new one. Hannah tried to explain the concept of being able to buy on in home bargains for 10p but the lady just laughed at such an outrageous concept!
After some quick tea, we once again loaded up the bags and headed off to the train station for a 15 hour train to the city of Trivandrum in Kerala. Known for its greenery, white sand beaches and chilled out atmosphere we were quite looking forward to a break for the hustle and bustle of ...