The Chancery Pavilion
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Yesterday afternoon and overnight was spent on a houseboat in the backwaters of Kerala. Tied up for the night near some very poor locals living on a narrow strip of land between 2 lakes. Some of the shacks were in the water and surrounded by rubbish, mud and rotting vegetation. This morning we had an elephant ride, visited the beach and also the ...
Walking to work I have so many thoughts about what to write in these pages for you. The mysteries of Indian exercise. The cheapness of labor and thoughts on why you have to bend over to use a broom. Why there are beautiful mandala like sand paintings in front of doors and the intricate dances that autos, buses, motorcycles, scooters and pedestrians subscribe to in order for the streets to work.
This is my first walk to work. I've been driven by Abhijeet, or Abhi for ...
... any remedial classes. Instead I went to watch Mars class do P.E!
To get to the ground that they play PE on, they have a 20 minute walk there first, which with 30 kids is certainly interesting, although they are all very good and walk in pairs in a long line, its kind of cute!
When we got to the playing field the PE teacher told me that it was Police ground that the Police let them use, he soon got them ...
... tinted windows making it hard to see out or heavy curtains (that are nearly always drawn shut and difficult to open).
I’ve ridden with the best (and the worst) of them, so as long as we get there in one piece I’m fine.
Before I passed out from exhaustion, I saw a few bucolic fields and terrain that appeared mainly flat and uninspired. It looked more reminiscent of Indiana—which has never been one of my favorite places. ...
... kind of spiritual camp headed by the famous Guru Sri Sri Raci Shanker who is very bearded and wears full white (Google him). The way I imagined the Ashram was not really how it turned out. I thought we would be a small party of guests in 100acres of land with lakes, hills and forests to take quiet and peaceful walks. It wasn't like that. 99 of the 100 acres had been constucted on, making it feel more like a centre parcs than ...