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... travel months and weeks for basic needs? Do they still battle avalanche, snowstorm, frostbites to meet their bread and butter? Have the children played in school grounds and learnt about trees at least? I wondered.
Then I found a video - of a man who dares to walk the Himalayan passes for 18 days to fetch education to children who have never ever seen a tree, never ate regular rice and dal (SouthAsian staple food) . In the video, he narrates all the barriers ...
It was a nice easy flight to JFK with nice view of Long Island on the way in. Beautiful sunny day. I couldn't see myself sitting in the airport all day out because I was sleepy or fearing that I would miss my next flight at 5:30. That was 7 hours away and doing the airport and train math. that would give me an hour to roam the streets.
I had to catch two trains. JFK's airtrain to New York City's A subway line. It was a 20 minute wait and then a pretty slow worrisome trundle ...
... Much to dad's delight we got to walk past thousands of people who all would have had to que at least 4 hours. Probably longer. The view from the top was amazing. It was so beautiful to see the whole of new york lit up at night! So excited for ...
... The game finished at about 4 and as it was a really nice day we decided to head back to Central Park and hire some bikes to cycle around the parts we didn’t see yesterday.
We ended the day by having our 1st Curry of the trip from an Indian close to our hostel. It was no where near as good as our home cooked ones!
... streets or anywhere for that matter will make you feel extremely uncomfortable by staring you up and down and sometimes or most of the time making sly little comments or even really offensive ones as we heard off a couple of girls on our tour. They are obviously gutless cowards as sarah only had to put up with the staring and the ever so popular comment "ay, you lucky man," or if they were really feeling generous.... "You lucky man, how many camel?" Referring to how many camels I ...
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