The Lalit Ashok
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... But the moment we entered in the city, I saw those old red stones for the first time, all my anxiety, tiredness got vanished. May be that was kind of emotional reflex, feeling of being reached to the destination finally.
After taking rest for a while we headed for Badami Cave Temples. Badami formerly known as Batapi used to be the capital of Early Chalukays. As per record it was built around 6th century. At the first glance the size of those red stones ...
... see such opulence after being around such squallor. There was lots of nice clothes there, but not cheap enough to warrant going over our baggage limit so we restrained ourselves and headed downtown to where we knew there were cheaper shops and picked up a few things. Today we had a bit of a lazy day, slept in and went for a walk to the local shops, we are getting quite good at negotiating the traffic these days (i.e. the bigger the vehicle, the more you hesitate ...
... two at a time and maybe one at a time. It's "sure." "Maybe." "Yes, now go on." "Yes, what else were you thinking?" I've seen my office mates do this and its done while talking or not even talking. It's as if their words were now imbued with another subtext of meaning. I can understand it when people are talking. But when they use it as a singular answer, it gets a little misunderstood and I just have to assume what they head wiggle/nod is referring to. Usually ...
... to work from the textbook which is good. I will be planning lessons in due course!
On the way home I decided to document just how many cows there were on the walk, this time there were only 3, two together and one on its own. I took pictures and uploaded to Facebook to prove to people that it was perfectly normal to see cows on the way to the school!
I only have another two days this week and I am looking forward to the weekend!
... change in attitudes could make a big difference to the amount of disease, but changing a nation's attitude is very difficult and time consuming.
It also seems that Indians suffer from short-termism-itis. It is very sad that some families force their kids to work from age 10 just because they don't think going to school is worth it in the long run. I guess the sane exists in the UK (stopping school at 16) but because the poverty gap isn't anywhere near as ...