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... we drove on to the final section of the safari trek.
FINALLY, we were at the pinnacle of the adventure. We entered into the land of the tigers! We drove along and saw a tiger perched on the top of a hill. We zoomed on our cameras to get the best look ...
... because you see physical fights a lot everywhere in society. Violence is kind of normal in some parts of the society. What also happens regularly is the hitting of girls when the teachers are not in class. Again something that not only happens in the classroom, domestic violence is not uncommon for these children.
Except for observing I had more plans for St. Sara’s. I wanted to do a small inquiry and I ...
Our last train journey took us to our final Indian destination of Bangalore. We stayed 3 nights and 4 days and we did absolutely no sight seeing. We had had our fill of India by this point so were quite happy not to be rushing around looking at this, that and the other. I think the most energetic thing we did was go to the post office and send a few knick-knacks home. This being India involved no less than 3 people; the chief postmaster, a wrapping/weighing lady and finally a ...
... which surprised everyone. We walked back to Indovilla after dinner - we were going to catch an autorickshaw but decided to just walk it back since it was only a couple kilometers away and it would help digest dinner.
That weekend, we also went over to Hanumanthanagar (HNagar for short) to visit relatives on my dad’s side. It was great to see everyone after a long time and introduce Meghan to all of them (my cousins: Pramod and Santosh; Santosh’s ...
... 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 ...