After the Children’s Day event, both the children and the volunteers were taken on a safari by the Karnataka Forest Department, and we were, on three occasions, given a big treat.
Here we are…Janaki, Nayantara and YT…at Ranga Shankara, where we watched an excellent play,”The Tricky Part”, a solo performance by Martin Moran, who also wrote the book and the play.
Usually, they work well together… But,sometimes The mind and the heart Go their different ways. The mind calmly accepts That all is well, and that Technology can keep me in touch. But the heart Pines, and longs, and yearns… Reason crinkles the eyes in a smile; Emotion squeezes tears out of them.
Though highly jet-lagged, I decided not to miss the buttering outing, and joined Rohit Girotra and the buttering gang at Adigas; after breakfast, we went to the Reserve Forest. Here are some of the interesting things I captured on camera:
Home to home, the journey took 41 hours. Very tiring; and though I managed to get an empty seat next to myself on both the long journeys (Detroit to Paris, and Paris to Bangalore), there was a lot of turbulence, bad service, terrible food (especially Paris to Bangalore, which is an Air France flight) and noisy co-passengers, so jet lag is still killing me. So I’m alternating the sights I captured with the chores I am doing.