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... has not been the perfect start to the week, but as we talked about in the car after the curry incident: Don't let a curry ruin your day!
Next we went to a late lunch and got some delicious Indian food and even though I have had lots of Indians food in Denmark and other places it's non-comparable to the real deal! It was so good!
We spend our evening at Brian's luxurious hotel with a couple of drinks, so now we are ready to kick off our official program in Bangalore ...
... things don’t work the same way here. It is a constant balance between the Indian culture, the (sometimes extreme) background of the children and the experience I have from the literature and schools I’ve been working with in the Netherlands. After a session I sometimes feel like my head is going to explode. But I love this project and it definitely helps me to see education in an international ...
... our way down to the bus and onto the small aircraft which will take us back to Bangalore. This is obviously the businessman's flight as we are the only scruffy individuals amongst a group of suited men who are busily stowing briefcases in the overhead lockers. Our flight leaves five minutes early and we witness a magnificent sunset above the clouds. Fifty minutes later and we are back in Bangalore. Bags retrieved we take a taxi back to our hotel and bed. It's been a tiring ...
... hill. The place has rich history linked with the Gangas, Kempegowda and Tipu Sultan. This is the Siddheswhar temple on the top of the hill. The outside views from this hill are very attractive. It is worth visiting the place.Other nearby placesRamgad or Ramadevara Beta is also near Ramanagara. If you start early you can ...
... because the traffic in Bangalore (where we flew in to) seemed no worse. Just as noisy, just as congested, just as many rickshaws (tuk tuks) and motorbikes, with just as many drivers trying to rip you off and just as little regard for road rules. The rickshaw ride to the train station when we left Bangalore was particularly adventurous. We both agreed it was like being in a real life computerised racing car game where you try to finish the circuit as fast ...