I thought in SA the people can't drive but boy was I wrong! In the beginning I thought "ok this is fun", then it went to "ok that was a bit dangerous", to finally thinking"Am I gona make it out alive?" I was tired after my flight but it didn't take long for me to be wide awake and prayed every second that we weren't gona crash. I love always knowing where I am and I make landmarks in case I have to find my way back, but I lost track soon after we left the airport.
India is soo busy with things to see and cars, trucks, buses, scooters, bicycles, pedestrians and bull drawn carts all driving as they please! I don't think they have any road rules! They all use their horns an encourage people to use their horns! it actually says on the trucks and buses ..please horn! Look closely at the video! And horn they do, non stop! To overtake they play chicken with the on coming traffic!!
We started our teacher trainer course with a beautiful opening ceremony that lasted about 2 hrs. Then we had our first yoga class, Ashtanga vinyasa. Wow I have never done Ashtanga vinyasa before and it's, after my first class, not my favourite style. Our schedule for the next 4 weeks was basically 5am wake up, 5:30-6:30 meditation, 6:30-7:30 yoga philosophy 7:30-8:00 tea break, 8:00-9:30 Hatha yoga,9:30-10:30 breakfast, 10:30-12:00 mantra /yoga principles,12:00-15:30 lunch/free time, 15:30-16:30 pranayama, 17:00-18:30 asthanga vinyasa then dinner and free time.
Next stop Thailand.