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... to tend to my washing which I'd left in the bucket all day, turns out that cheap trousers you buy from an Indian market don't hold their dye so well and I've now got some fetching pink spots on my tee shirts.
Up till now I had been messing round in the amateur leagues of f**king things up but on the 12th November I graduated into the big time. You would imagine I hurt myself or destroyed someone's house when I say I rented a scooter today but no, it was far more stupid. ...
... of the day – a night at the movies!!!
We’d heard from some locals in Pushkar that Jaipur is home to one of the world’s most famous Bollywood cinemas, called Raj Mandir, showing all the latest releases and we should not leave Jaipur without visiting. The locals found it hilarious watching us try and buy two tickets for the latest flick. We had absolutely no idea what film we were going ...
... How on earth would you go about trying to bring the standard of living for these families up to anything resembling what the poorest people in Britain have. They seriously do not have anything and watch people just the other side of the street who have a roof over their head and food to eat going about their business. I wish I could drop some of my students into this environment for just 10 minutes so they could see how fortunate they are. Hot curry for breakfast as ya ...
... was clear that there was a blatant gap in the class between the top group (Dhanou, Arun and Sanju) and the bottom group (Sunny, Sunil, Manish, Poonam and Raj). In both English and Maths the ones with less ability seemed to understand less. Needless to say, Doug didn’t feel that he had achieved his target but did at least feel that he had made a difference in that all the children could identify colours and animals, if not spell them correctly. Sarah also ...
Jaipur is mildly cleaner and calmer. Always constant horn blowing, traffic, people and haggling. We are getting better at negotiating a price before we set off. Getting used to people staring at us as well. Had restful day today. Then shopping to Bapu Bazar and bought some classic travellers hippy trousers! Went to a restaurant for Thail which is lots of small dishes and all the chapati you can eat, it cost £2 each! We went to the Pharmacy to buy Adrian some of his ...