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... sufficiently. It demonstrated a community banding together with a common goal to raise the consciousness of individuals to adopt sustainable living practices, which in affect has social impact to inspire a new way of thinking and make lifestyle changes.
“In order to make progress or to do anything a man [sic] must awake from his sleep. A community must likewise awaken from the sleep of backwardness, of living day-to-day without concern for the future.” ~ ...
... is a holiday that seems to be widely celebrated in Bangalore (the majority of Christians live in southern India).
We’ve had the pleasure of attending three Christmas concerts over this holiday season, all of which were conducted in English.
In mid-December, we attended the Christmas concert at the Canadian International School with our apartment ...
... ended up buying a bright orange scarf :D
Having been in India for a few days I am now used to the traffic however, there was a new obstacle to try and get round today... cows, welcome to another form of Indian traffic control ;)
We then visited the first place that I am going to be volunteering, it was really nice to meet the teachers and see where I am going to be, also met two of ...
... the front of the seat of the Jeep I instinctively reached over my shoulder looking for the seatbelt only to find it stuck, and I had to get used to not having the reassuring feeling that years of training have given me of wearing the seatbelt. This is part of the India experience; you will not get a green light to cross the street, there will not be a set price for anything, the rickshaw drivers will rip you off, sometimes more than others, and you won't be sure if the food that you ...
... further down the beach, so I followed him down there to suss it out. Yet again, they wouldn't tell me the location - I had no idea where they would be taking us, or even how I would get home to Kollam after but hey - it was elephants - I looooove elephants. So I booked myself up.
Luckily, the festival turned out to be about 5km away from where I was staying, phewf!! It wasn't as good as I thought it's be - the 51 elephants were few and far between, there wasn't ...