The Chancery Pavilion
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... t think his English is very good as he sends very odd messages such “please show off” when figuring out where we are going to meet; or “wait 3 I’ll be there in 30 minutes” (perhaps 3 minutes is the same as 30 minutes in terms of Indian time-keeping?).
On my first Friday I fancied a pint after work so headed to Brigade Road where I made friends with a very stoned chap from Kerala who is moving to Bangalore in a couple of weeks. Later I got ...
... of dancing with friends.
But not everything is always going smooth. Like I wrote before: sometimes I am homesick. This is going to be a big challenge. In two weeks most people I know here are going to leave, in four weeks I’m going to leave too. That means I will spend most of the second half in India alone. I can only imagine how huge that challenge is going to be, but it is going to be at least as interesting then as it feels scary ...
... spots does it! At night we went out to a bar which bore no resemblance to the poverty on the streets.
I went shopping yesterday with some success and then went to the ANZ office with the driver to pick up GT. Later we went shopping to M.G. Road which was more successful. The Bangalore office hosted a lavish dinner last night, so we are really being spoilt. There are people selling fruit and wares wherever they can find a few feet. The footpaths are all broken and ...
... Sunday morning mass (a total coincidence) and got to see the church in full swing. It was definitely not as ornate (both in terms of the exterior and interior) as churches we had visited in Europe. There was however stained glass inside the primary church, which was in an interesting hexagonal shape. The adjacent building contained the actual infant Baby Jesus idol which was also interesting in that it was separate from the main church. The arrangement of fresh ...
Saturday was Auroville day. Auro as in Aurobindo.....our spiritual guy from Friday! Auroville is described as an 'experimental township' which lies a few kilometres from Pondy. The idea of the place, which is home to many people from around the world, is to create a community outside of rules, leadership, race, politics and religion, which is united in the common desire to live as equals and strive to provide for and protect ...