Transit Living - Old Airport Road
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a couple of weeks. There is a chance I’ll be able to accompany them – fingers crossed.
The more I learn about the organization, the more proud (in some sense of the word) I am to work for them. There are some merits to a big organization, not least their financing capacity to set a measly little intern up with a brand spanking new laptop and monitor on arrival. The company’s recent merger is still throwing up some issues. My Indian colleagues are ...
... but we’ve been cautious so far about where we do eat.
Sharda, our housekeeper and cook, makes us one meal a day and we have been eating that for supper. She prepares various dalhs (thick stew made with ...
... for personal reflection or prayer. There were opportunities to buy various texts in many languages and prayer beads, statues and such as well as food. Pretty much the whole group got one thing or another at the temple. We all had a good experience there and were glad we stopped.
Okay I have said much about Bangalore traffic and when I see on the map how little distance we really traveled from one site to the next it's amazing that we ...
... on their heads to make way for new construction and right behind the luxury apartments where I am staying are shanty homes constructed from corrugated metal, mud brick, and tarps. I was expecting to see these kinds of scenes, but nevertheless, it has my mind reeling with many questions and emotions.
How do they deal with the overwhelming piles of trash on every street corner? How do people navigate without street names? Do the people living in shanties ...
... lives and hoped we would be back soon. In the morning we did a final performance of 'Teri Meri' during assembly - the song which was so popular at Children's Day. Most touching were the cards we received from the students we taught. Several of them had given us handmade cards thanking us for our time there, wishing us good luck, and letting us know they would miss us. The school had a special prayer for us at lunch, where the principal Barathi said incredibly nice ...