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... across the campus, attempting to track down the schedule and availability of each course of interest. In searching, getting lost, and eventually findings these buildings, I became more and more familiar with the campus.
The first week of classes was very similar to syllabus week at Brandeis. Professors gave introductions, explained what they would be teaching about, and gave a basic-level background lecture. I was blessed with professors ...
... Ben Howard music totally nice in this manic place full of people legging it to get on buses. A police man just blew his whistle really loud in my face and shouted where are I going to me... Luckily iv got this dialled now and have everything written down ...so handed him the paper He said ten mins and the bus will be here. Oooo let's see :) So I gave up. Buses were in and out that had no numbers just words in Hindi that any ...
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Learn Basic Indian: http://www.incredibleindia.org/india-es sentials-travel-tip/travel-tips/try-you r-hindi
There are many common words and similaritites in Hindi and Turkish that comes from Persian. You can find the most well known ones in this blog entry.
... be enjoying the relatively light traffic and was weaving in and out of traffic at scary speeds. We made it in one piece nonetheless and sat at the airport enjoying some home-made chai and snacks that my mom had packed that morning. We soon said our goodbyes and my parents waved through us several times through the windows until we disappeared past the security gates and through customs. It had been a very successful and enjoyable trip to India and we were on our way to resume our cheese ...
... of pictures, sometimes giving their cameras to the students to have fun taking photos themselves. There were even races for the parents! Amazing that the mothers could even jog in sarees, much less sprint down the track at full speed. The intermission was a very adorable tribal dance by the younger students - girls dressed in bedsheets as sarees, and boys covered in war paint and leaves. They day was a lot of fun, although nearly impossible to get the students to ...