Shreyas Yoga Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsShreyas Yoga Retreat Bangalore
I have never experienced such peace, contentment & joy. The caring and love that is everywhere is beyond description. Incredibly skilled and magical staff. I will return.
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... sigh in a mix of emotions. Out comes my camera for one last photograph on this trip.
The sun goes down. I stand still for a moment. I don't know if I will come this way again. Maybe somebody dear to me will come and gaze into the waters some day. May the Brahmaputra smile kindly , as he has done for me.
I give one last lingering look. Then I turn back. It is time to go home.
That was five days ago. ...
One of the biggest challenges of this internship is that there is no program. I am one of the first students of my faculty to come here, and because of that I am also responsible for creating an internship for future students. Since a school is the best option for teaching internships. My colleagues and I went from school to school.In the first week we visited three; you can find the story in the other entry. But we ...
... is only about a 15 bus ride away from our apartment (less than 5 km).
When we arrived, the kids were all outside sitting for morning assembly. We were immediately brought to the front of the students and introduced; the kids were then given the opportunity to ask us questions - all in English. "What is your father's name?", "Where do you live?", "What is your profession"? It was an amazing experience to see these very well behaved kids, all ...
... of the construction workers, who have special flat-topped hats! My friend Ritica tells me this is a new safety inspired addition, previously, they just used their heads. I think the colony of workers actually live in the unfinished building during construction, as do some wild dogs. And when it's done, you'll never know it was any different from our buildings. They definitely need the space though; there's usually around 6 people in an office the size of the one I have to myself at PED.
... This is the British planned part of the city and also the most affluent but I'm sure you wouldn't have to go far to find "real" india again.
We're going to hang out here until everything closes (Bangalore is an early to bed city) at 11.00 and then head back to the airport to wait around for the last 4 hrs.