The Chancery Pavilion
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... With this in mind, I spent some free hours in the first week looking around after work. I’d got some contacts off of the internet but meeting up with these landlords was easier said than done due to language issues and Indian timekeeping.
Along with a colleague of mine who is also house hunting, we roamed the streets after work choking on petrol fumes. Some houses had To Let notes pinned to them but generally we just asked someone every now and again ...
... before everyone was dismissed was: ‘and everyone, this is the time to give each other hugs’. The teachers got up and started to hug, of caurse she started hugging as well. Her vision of loving is everywhere in Parikrma, from the teachers to the parents and from the children to the dog that they have in one of the schools.
If you ever consider giving to charity, then please consider Parikrma. For just €340,- or £270,- they can ...
... lentils and vegetables), sprouted bean, fresh vegetable and coconut salads, rice, vegetable curry, and chapattis (an unleavened flat bread that is thrown and heated on a dry skillet). She is a very good cook and after some ...
... builds but with construction and fences never got a good look at them by they were built at independence in the Indo-European Raj style. I have some pictures of that, as well as the red brick library and some street scenes of the MG Road markets in my album to show you this area but basically for us it was nice just walking an seeing all the sights and picking up a few items on MG Road. MG stands for Mahatma Gandhi by the way. Enjoy the ...
... tomatoes and washing sweet potatoes for the market the next day. We stayed in an outdoor hut that was built for wwoofers. It was a bit difficult getting to sleep the first few nights as it's basically like sleeping outside. Over the two weeks we were working on the peanut harvest (learned that peanuts grow in the ground which shocked us) which seems to go on forever, a ragge (not to be confused with the popular music genre but its ...