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... marching out. The teacher instructed his charges to greet us and they enthusiastically did. It was adorable having a bunch of cute kids yelling various hellos at us. The ex-post office was externally impressive, but inside was a pretty low budget affair. but was nevertheless pretty interesting for us. We had some prior knowledge of Gandhi and the history of India, but the display did provide some more much needed context for us. Running through the full era ...
... protective of their religion. They don't allow photos in the temple, and were patting down people as they were entering the grounds! If a local was not a hindu, they were not allowed in at all, or If the local had converted to Hinduism, proof of this conversion had to be shown! Very strict, indeed!
Walking back to the hotel, I spotted a barber sitting on his butt, so in I went to get some of the wool thinned out. The ...
... gleaming brass puja items. There were also wily rickshaw drivers and the big puddles of foul smelling white ash left over from burnt rubbish, but it was worth it to be out of the sanitary resort vibe of Varkala. We stayed in a bland and expensive hotel, but they rang us about seven times to ask if we wanted tea, and brought it up in little paper cups along with the Times of India. A full page of articles in the sports section had Hamilton in the byline, and there was an in ...
... here, I can tell you). Blimey. And that’s not all, through their consulting arm “LAICO” they work with more than 300 hospitals in developing countries worldwide to try and spread the “Aravind way”. Now this is a true social enterprise with a mission.
So what the hell were we doing there? Bob met Thulsi, the head honcho of LAICO and former head of the Madurai hospital, at a conference in London a couple of years ...
Today I woke up not feeling the best. I think I did not eat enough yesterday and not enough water. I am just a little lethargic. I decide to have a quiet morning, so I try to sort out my seat bookings with Air Asia, but no luck again. At 2pm I am picked up by a taxi to go to the rail station about an hour away. For once the trip was exactly an hour long. The train due to leave at. 3.50 is now scheduled for 5.10. I find my ...