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... with in everyday-life. By
not being employed directly at the school, I am not that close to the
students, but may perceive problems at the school, between principal
and teachers or teachers and students with a more distanced and from
a bird's view. Also, the centralised counselling centre guarantees my
independance and neutral point of view. So, there might be situations
in my job, when I also have to reflect the acting of a principal and
it's easier as I ...
... is in thatched huts and dorms, three vegan meals a day, outside showers and compost toilets, all for a paltry £2.50 per day. Everything in the community is low-tech and zero-waste as far as possible, and obviously water is precious - having to hand-pump every single drop of water you use for showering and laundry makes you appreciate it all the more.
It was great ...
... were found to be less than in Britain. These amazing stats help make Aravind one of the lowest cost, highest quality eye care systems in the world.
We got the opportunity to meet with the deceased founder's sister and look around the hospital. We also got the rare opportunity to scrub up for the operating theatre and see a cataract operation performed (something that we didn't expect), witnessing some of the excellent work the doctors do.
The Matri Mandir. This was ...
... adventure. otherwise we could be a smelly and lonely duo...
another trip to the on site restaurant we met back up with our serving buddies and had a so-so dinner... where we tried to be adventurous with our food choices but it didn't pay off :( at least we discovered they had butterscotch icecream. num num num.
day 2- brought a noon checkout. so after a lovely breakfast and a morning spent booking bus tickets (thanks to our ever so slow ...
... went out! Oh bugger... completely forgot about the power cuts they have in India! I think when me and Michelle came 18 years ago they had one at 4pm every day! So we waited for a bit and after 5 minutes the lights came on - thankfully! So we went in to use their loos On our way again and we got back to our hotel at about 11.30p.m. What a mammoth drive! But worth it because mum got to see her other cousins. Went to bed absolutely stinking of diesel fumes!! ...