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... Yes, there is just SO much going on it's hard to focus on just one thing. But the people are ever-present. The calls from horns on the road are ever present.
My day that began at 3am in Singapore was still rattling along with the next stop at the office at lunch time. Amid the cacophony of noises and people and getting a handle of my new office for the next 6 months, I didn't feel the least bit overwhelmed. Everyone spoke english for the most ...
... I have relatively quick mental maths!
Then came one of the most interesting things I have seen in a while-Indian children dancing to Thriller by Michael Jackson! I joined two other student teachers in an attempt to get this piece ready for an assembly on Friday! Whilst we were practising in the main dining hall, the cooks were preparing the after school snack that the children eat. I was told it was porridge, it looked like ...
... the coins in. The temple had several rituals like burning a flame and walking around in circles chanting certain names. The next stop was the Bangalore Palace. I got there and they told me it was 350 rupees to get in for foreigners and 10 for Indians. I told them I'd go in for the price of an Indian or leave, so I left. Next stop was Cubon Park. We only drove through it. It used to be huge, but Bangalore is running out of room and every ...
Some colourful pictures from the countryside between Belur and Chikmagalur:
An aqua blue lake. Karnataka is full of lakes!
The aptly named Flame Of The Forest tree - Butea monosperma - in all its glory:
... water sports, we were tired … we didn have extra clothes or towels.. so just sat in sun for sometime chatting away!
Finally when we were half dry we headed back to Bengaloorooooo , it was ...