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... them through his work with Samsung Heavy Industries. Somewhat bizarre that in a city of 9 million one of the first people I should bump into had heard of them.
Near the band stand, behind iron gates hulked the Karnataka High Court, a large red Imperial building of sorts surrounded by tall slim trees similar to Redwoods. Unlike the Indian High Court in Mumbai, this facility remains closed to the public. Carrying on I came across the Gothic-style State National ...
... through the cloud you appear to be floating above it...but to see this sight we would have had to have left before 5am, so we are just a tad late. We continue to another viewing platform on the other side of the hill with more stunning scenery. After a breakfast of Marsala dosas purchased from a nearby food stand, we take a path down towards a large statue of the 'gooseberry bull'. The bull is, in fact, a friend of the Hindu God Vishnu and he is called the gooseberry ...
I reached Bengaluru from Kochi on a pleasant flight. The rate of expansion in Bangalore makes it similar to the wild west of America, this one just more techy.
Jet has introduced its on version of the short hop flights which augment its main routes, now that it has become an international airline. Jet operates its international routes to the west using ...
... next day, we hired a taxi for four hours so we could go visit the ISKCON temple on the outskirts of Bangalore. The temple is enormous and very ornately decorated, both on the outside and inside. It is devoted to the worship of Lord Krishna, as are all ISKCON temples. We left our footwear at the designated stand and immediately you could tell that this temple handled a lot of people because they had burlap sacks in which to put groups of footwear and the footwear ...
... you're not getting through at all and that the children aren't learning anything, it is important to remember that anything you do will be a benefit to them.
This advice was particularly true for me and the students I was working with. I was primarily assigned to help slow learners in 10th grade with their math and science, starting with geometry in the former. Instead of being in the classroom, they would have smaller remedial sessions with me. The first week I ...