The Zuri Whitefield, Bangalore
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... Loomba, Director of ECO Car Services. I learned, from the second I landed in India, how crazy driving in India is. There are thousands of people on motorcycles and motorbikes, the cars swerve from the left lane to the right non stop, and there's a constant sound of car horns beeping. Because of the crazy conditions of driving, travelers to India cannot drive themselves around. We learned from Aditya that the golden rule is that "the product is not the ...
... app, and broadcasts their services on the Internet. Their Christmas concert featured a live band (playing Christian rock music), a chorus, and a play retelling the story of Jesus’s birth through the eyes of angles.
Besides the attached photos, I uploaded some videos from all three Christmas concerts for those who might be interested. The videos require a password, ...
Also, as far as I can tell, its a bit of a free-for-all, people driving where they like and traffic lights meaning very little, Julie tells me it all depends on how big your car is, if they are bigger than you, then they get right of way... an interesting theory and one that would mean I would get nowhere!
All in all, India is so far treating me very well, having lived the expat lifestyle for the last couple of ...
... streams of water poured from 100 meters into a pond, monkeys seemed to be everywhere and even though they may seem cute and cuddly at first they can be vicious creatures. I had a face-off with one over a bag of almonds after he had snuck into my roommate Ana’s bag and stolen the almonds. I stripped down to my underwear and ventured out into the lake swimming, I was warned a couple times before entering being asked if I was an expert swimmer, as Indian people seemed to stay close ...
... in and a garland of flowers at the back. It was really nice, albeit brief - and I'd really like to spend some time with an Indian family after that. Hopefully I'll find a homestay on my travels next week.
The boat trip itself was gorgeous. The backwaters are so tranquil, bordered by palm trees and village houses. From the boat you really got to see day-to-day life of the people there; washing themselves and their clothes in the waters, men chopping coconut palm ...
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