Kamat Lingapur Hotel
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... a room with 4 groups of 6 students.
I have been so impressed by our students this week. They all have their Masters degrees, and I found that while many have their undergrad degrees in Engineering (of all types, chemical, electrical, petro, etc), their Masters are normally a MBA or in Human Resources. What a great combination. They are well spoken (in several languages), professional, love hiking, biking and the outdoors ...
... used to clean the children and the dishes… The people are aware of the sanitation issues but are unable to do anything about it… We felt especially bad when we found out that because they chose to meet with us to thank us they would have to stand in line pretty much all night to gather water for their homes. We each asked different questions and Meera and Urmi translated. We decided to rap things up pretty quickly so that they ...
... asked about the tops. We were hoping that places had cotton tops we could buy instead of worrying about getting them tailored. We had no clue how long that would take. Two, the store was about to close. Okay, that put a little bit of pressure on.
We were searching and searching. One by one we starting finding sarees that we liked and trying them on. I was last to pick one out. I just wasn't in love. Then, Jacci found a beautifully beaded maroon one and told me I had to ...
We woke up a while later. What a nice nap that was. The chairs were pretty comfy too.
After dinner we finished off our night with a nice run. The weather is so perfect at night when the sun is not out. There is no humidity. Katie, Jacci, and I went.
When we got back we had a little bit of fun and had a dance party in our room. No better way to end the night.
After realizing that I only have a month or so before I have to step into that bikini for Kerala, I've decided to get active! So, even though my legs are shaky from the constant biking and walking, I went to an afternoon Yoga class.
It was so different compared to back home. I did a semester of Iyengar Yoga this past fall and it is definitely different. We went to the Yoga center on campus, arrived a little to early, actually. It was nice to have a break from the 20 minute ...