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... Today started off a bit slow with Brian getting sick due to the food. Say what you want, but for every 'foreigner', getting sick is just something you need to get out of the way before you can start enjoying India.
Our visit to Via.com and HRG dnata was interesting especially at this point since we have visited ...
I asked a couple of students if they thought they were ready for the real job, and all of them said they were. But I doubt it. Not because I don’t think they don’t have the right qualities, but because I think they didn’t practice enough. Not until the second internship I started learning how to keep order and how to use proper didactics. What helped me a lot was the great amount of guidance I had from my supervisors ...
... my cousin), in a single sentence, that translates to pure emotion to my astonished self that now we are leaving they will be lonely! I asked my sister who had brought a digital frame for them with pictures of us all to set it up again for them, which was very happy to do, so they can view it for a while to get bored of us and forget to miss us! I wish them health and comfort until I see them next. Traffic is ...
... combine visiting Siddheshwar beta with Ramadevara beta. Ramanagara is famous for its silk market, one of the biggest silk market in India, known as Silk town. Kengal hanumantharaaya temple is nearest visiting place in ramanagara City. One may have food in Lokaruchi (Kamat group) and visit Janapada loka just next to Kamat Lokaruchi. ...
... because the traffic in Bangalore (where we flew in to) seemed no worse. Just as noisy, just as congested, just as many rickshaws (tuk tuks) and motorbikes, with just as many drivers trying to rip you off and just as little regard for road rules. The rickshaw ride to the train station when we left Bangalore was particularly adventurous. We both agreed it was like being in a real life computerised racing car game where you try to finish the circuit as fast ...