The Oberoi, Bangalore
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This is the local word to greet people, originating from Namaste. These greeatings are commonly accompanied by a slight bow by which one's hands are pressed together in front of the chest. This gesture is an acknowledgment of the soul in one by the soul in another. Everywhere you go people will greet you that way. I try my best to return the favour …
Yesterday, it was time to say goodbye to Matt from ACTE, Firas who participated in the ACTE program, to our favourite staff at the hotel and to Dubai. The week in Dubai has absolutely exceeded my expectations but how could it not: upgrade to an executive suite, access to the executive lounge, great fellows and supervisors, fun activities and lots …
... kids doing a gangster rap show...very funny. The bus journey from Hospet to Bangalore wasn't too bad. We didn't have a bunk, because we had changed our tickets at last minute, but the chairs reclined quite a way. I was prepared with my sleeping bag this time so I didn't freeze. I didn't get much sleep though and as soon as we arrived in Bangalore, we went to the train station and booked a ticket to Mysore. We arrived in Mysore in the ...
... Although I had a good time during those three hours, I came to a realization throughout the morning that that school was really not the right place for me to be. Part of it was intuition and part of it was just thinking about my goals for the India trip and trying to find a place where those goals could be met. The school itself is pretty neat for Indian standards because it lets kids mostly play and experience things for themselves with a ...
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