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... of buying, and walking away from him was nearly impossible because he was so good at his job. I eventually snuck past him into another room saying that I just wanted to look at the saris and stoles and be on my way. He insisted on showing me how to properly wear them and began to touch me, which I thought was inappropriate. I'm not sure how, but before I knew it he was dressing me in a sari, again an item that I had no intention of buying. He ...
... before I knew it it was time to start getting ready for the show tonight. I had to shower and make posters still! We were told it was supposed to start at 6, and based off of it being so crowded last time Katie and I decided to get there around 5. We never know if we are going to be able to get a ride or not so really that means we had to leave at 4.
I knew exactly what I wanted to write on my poster. I used google translation to find "we love you" in Bengali. ...
... attempt at least. We didn't have enough wood to keep it consistently burning but we burnt a lot of dry grass and had some temporary fixes.
Sayantan had to leave for a meeting and it became a girls night. We put on some music and danced around and played games such as never have I ever. We taught them this game and utilized it as a tool to get to know them better. These girls are just like us. A little wild and a little rebellious. ...
... was only 90 rupees! That's about a dollar and fifty cents. Its more of a woven straw colorful rug if that makes sense. Not soft and squishy but its cool. We want to make our place look more homey.
At night when we got back we hung out some more. Listened to some music. We can't go into the city right now like we want to because of the terrorist threat.
I heard people in the common room doing Buddhist chants and I joined in. At first I had no clue ...
... and I went grocery shopping at Hypercity and decided to take a shared auto to get there. A shared auto is pretty much a mini cargo/mini van with punched out windows and board seats. We were escorted to the "trunk" area and enjoyed the view of watching on coming traffic speed up behind us and slam on their breaks. It is rather intriguing watching Indian traffic from the back view.
That is all for now - Have a wonderful Tuesday and take care!
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