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It is a good thing that we only have about one month left in India, because if I remained in the country any longer, I'm afraid my patience might wear out. I’m not talking about challenges with food, pollution, or heat, but with Indian drivers.
As I’ve written previously, when I go to my host Fulbright institution, the Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (about 3-4 days/week when we are in ...
... we went to Chickmagalore’s chat
street. We ate almost everything available from
“Uddina Vada” to “Nippat Masala”. Star of the Trip
"Black Dog" arrived Saturday late night and the party
began. Once the drinks came in, Party gathered pace,
Music started to bombard us, Dialogues came in
abundance and Mimicry was at its best . ...
... of elevator. Oh and don’t bother asking for the bathroom, you’ll get a confused look, instead ask for the “toilet” or “loo.” I’ve even taken note of the types of trash on the side of the street because such things are unusual to my senses.
But the down side of being overly observant and sensitive is of course the emotional and mental drain it causes, which is part of “culture shock.” I wouldn’t ...
... refuges that fled Tibet in the late 1950's. How they arrived in the state of Karnataka in southern India is a long story that I am not fully aware of. It shares no similarities with the home they and their ancestors had grown up with. The language is different, the climate and environment are different, and the people, culture and religion when they arrived were much different too. Growing up ...
20) Maddur : (9/9/10
9th Sept – Arun`s B`day Yeah it was our Mr.Slowpoke`s b’day!!! And the initial plan was hang out after college… ...