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... br style="line-height: 21.2999992370605px;">After a quick visit to Tipu Sultan's summer palace, we made our way to Skyye Lounge, a rooftop bar. As the entire bar was empty, we felt like VIPs as all staff attended to our every need. The VIP treatment continued at Murphy's brewpub where we had drinks and dinner with Joseph's lovely family.
... words. But there were some creative presentations. For example: a group of students prepared a play, which was lovely.
So the curriculum of the teaching program is very theoretical. But there is an internship; during this internship they will give about ten lessons. This is the same amount of practice as I had in my first internship (of four). As a preparation for the internship they have workshops in micro teaching and all of them have two ...
Long trip back to Chennai today. Woke up to spend morning with maternal cousin and Aunt. Had brunch with them and in the way out my Uncle around 86 y.o., who has learnt to listen and doesn't speak much more than5-10 sentences in an hour of conversation!, closed the front door to the house to see us out the gate to the car, says to me in a mixture of languages (he speaks English, Kannada, Tamil, Hindi, and Sanskrit ...
... some outfits. No one EVER does anything alone here, and so all the sales people kept asking “where are your friends?”. I was doing just fine without them until I tried on a shirt and then got stuck in it (things here don’t stretch much since they’re all stiff cotton), and had to get a horrified sales lady to come in the changing room and pull me out of it. Next I ventured to some stuff and markets to expand my wardrobe, and today, got sized-up for my first ...
... whatever fruit that I pass by, often papaya and guava and cucumber, on my way to work. 10 rupees buys a cone of roasted peanuts, and if I felt so inclined I could unwrap the cone and read the page of whatever magazine was used to roll the thing. There’s also corn on the cob, though it’s cow corn, maize, and most of it comes boiled and covered with a spiced salt and nowhere as appetizing as when it’s barbequed.
On those days when it calls ...