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... a viewing we jumped in a cab with him at which point we found out that we’d have to wait there for about two hours. Without meaning to be ungrateful – great! Really maxing out on efficiency there!
The place repulsed me immediately. High rise blocks with manicured lawns you can’t walk or sit on (not that I’d want to having seen the pesticides /fertilizer one employee was spreading), in a gated community with a small army of security guards at ...
... now how cultural things are related. From the role of men and women to the status difference between poor and rich. Those things kind of make sense now.
The one thing I was least excited about when I left for India, was that I would have to share a bedroom. I was worried that the lack of space would be troubling. In the beginning that was the case: I was cranky weekly and I got into arguments with my Dutch colleagues/roommates. But that ...
... I can't post photos as I'll need to buy a card reader. Lots of love to everyone. xoxox
Work is great. If work can be great. They guys we're meeting are very enthusiastic and really the opportunity to exchange ideas and challenges. We dine extremely well every day with about 10 pots of different Indian foods such as Palek Paneer and all those other delicacies. Remember Butter Chicken guys?
Very hospitable and friendly so it's been a good and ...
... Sindhu, whom I was meeting for the first time, too). My aunt and uncle, Sudhi and Nagarathna, were meeting us for the second time this year – they had made it over to Canada especially for our wedding and so it was great to be able to visit them in Bangalore now. We went out for a North-Karnataka style dinner with the whole family which introduced Meghan to yet more new foods (jola rotis, made from corn flour and a variety of vegetable accompaniments) and ...
... town which hasn't really got many 'attractions' so to speak, but more of a feel and a vibe to it that you're meant to soak up :-)
Exploration of the town - a few churches and temples, a nice seafront and park, oh and also a meditation centre. So we'd read in the guides that the 'Ashram' was a place to visit - a school for meditation and also a dedication to Sri Aurobindo Ashram....a very influential guy it seems in the spiritual world. ...