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How to Post a Parcel in India in 3 Easy Steps and Several *******es.
1. Find the post office.
Google Maps will lead you to the hill above the office via a circuitous route, but ask some nearby men and they will point out the staircase you need to get down.
2. Wait behind the counter.
The counter has 4 or 5 customer service windows and most are manned by Indians blatantly disinterested in the idea of helping you. Don't be ...
... was a Kerala-wide general strike, supported by all but one of the main political parties, and remarkable for its widespread support (or compliant behaviour) amongst the populace. If there was one instance in which Indians have shown any concerted, consistent discipline or obediance in our time here, it was in obeying this strike. This may be more to do with the general treatment of the strike as an impromptu public holiday, but never mind that now.
... of 2012 were deficit here too, it would certainly appear.
It took awfully long for the bus, we waited just ...
... invited to eat. It was good fare, the kids had just rice but abs and I enjoyed it. The rice had quite large fat grains and we were told that only workers ate this type of rice and it made you strong, I liked it. There was some sort of puja going on and people were beginning to gathers, dressed up and warming up their instruments. Everyone knew Rajamani and we were invited to the festival. Part of me really wanted to stay and watch but apart from the fact it wasn't starting ...
... predicted, but my heart is certainly still at home. There, I know my family sits about checking their emails to see if I’ve managed to find internet, and the little lady I left back home is having trouble adjusting to the imminent approach of a new life.
Things are changing, and India has proof of it all around. From the apartment buildings springing up across the horizon to the fact that I’m taking a tour through impoverished villages, the world ...