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... With this in mind, I spent some free hours in the first week looking around after work. I’d got some contacts off of the internet but meeting up with these landlords was easier said than done due to language issues and Indian timekeeping.
Along with a colleague of mine who is also house hunting, we roamed the streets after work choking on petrol fumes. Some houses had To Let notes pinned to them but generally we just asked someone every now and again ...
... is a very competitive process to get accepted into the school. Preference is given to orphaned and abandoned kids, children from households with incomes of less than $60/month, below 6 years old, and girls. There is no distinction by caste, creed, or religion.
Students can only enter at kindergarten and stay in the Parikrma system till they graduate high school. They also then give scholarships to the best students to go to college.
We met ...
... two shops for the minimum time of 10 minutes each, if we did this we would get an almost free ride back to our hotel. With time to kill as our train wasn’t for another 4 hours we decided just to go for it as it was always nice to see what the shops had to offer. Surprisingly it turned into a proper shopping trip as we both ended up buying something: I brought a statue of Brahma and Alice brought a pashmina. After buying stuff from both shops we got our tuck tuck back ...
After our weekend in Hampi, Emily and I returned to Bangalore for our last 3 days at Parikrma before we left India - an absolutely amazing 4 months of our travels together. While both of us were excited for our visit in Japan with Emily's uncle, and for our upcoming return to Canada, we realized that we would be saying goodbye to our friends a Parikrma without knowing when we would see them next. For Emily in particular, who loves the school with all her heart, the days ...
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7. One backpack each to keep the immediate use items
8. Extras : Car Inverter, extension board, Torch light, Nylon rope, neck pillow, empty shopping bag
My daughter had her own list including Amar Chitra Katha Stories from Rajasthan, her games kit.
Mother and daughter have planned for some shopping to get the things needed for the trip. I remembered the pair of Mrs LODGE and ...