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... I think that Mr. Kumaran
is closer to the students than I can be - I was impressed that he
invites each single student for an appointment so they are aware of
the possibility of counselling and have a first contact. I enjoyed
very much to see him interacting with the students, as he asked about
their family background and provided some psychoeducation about
counselling to take away their fears as I would do in Germany, too.
I was really impressed by ...
... into the airport building earlier than 2 hours prior to departure was still very much in place - so she goes in and I wait 3 hours outside, thanking Indian architects for merciful benches outside and cursing them for the lack of toilets ...at the risk of coming off as grumpy I noted with annoyance there is not a single operational wifi hotspot in an otherwise big and modem Chennai airport domestic terminal ...I marveled once again at why despite how all the ...
... 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 ...
... roaming around in the streets.
I made some light hearted comments above – despite that I liked the visit to Pondicherry. Will come back with family sometime. Small city, no hustle and bustle, I did not see many Policeman on the street and definitely no one with a gun. A French colony in the past and it seems they still love it, by the sheer number of French you will find on the streets. Many roads have French names, many government buildings and schools ...
... Nehru Street. As you see, I didn't have time to travel much, but I completed most of my errands well. On Mission Street, there is a stationery shop named 'Focus' where good post-cards and books and stationery items are available. You can browse and collect the items you want.
I had an opportunity to join the dive center team to celebrate one of the dive-master's birthdays at a place called "Sea gulls". It is a lovely restro with ...