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... people turn up here every single evening to witness this event - the place is literally packed). (Gill) Hampi - laid back, relaxing place and full of archaeological wonders. (Ian) Most disappointing place: Varanassi - filthy, noisy and it has completely lost all of its spirituality. (Gill) Varanassi - pretty much same as above, it was a real effort getting there and almost wish we hadn't bothered. (Ian) Favourite monument: Mysore Palace - opulent, gaudy, amazing. (Gill) Temple ...
... I call a beep a bib, don't know why I just do) It is about 5pm and traffic is building.
We have gone from modern looking new buildings through to crumbling old buildings with masses and masses of retrospectively fitted electrical wires hanging off them. The place looks like a death trap and clearly there are no health and safety standards here. The smell also gets worse and worse. Even in our air conditioned car we ...
... The children have many medical problems from living in such toxic conditions, we met one child with a tumour. This is quite a common problem.
The highlight of our stay here was the official opening of the new Vijay Ashram Children’s Home. Some of the orphans who will be the first to move in are already living with our local partner Pastor Raju Ram and they were so excited about the school opening. We ...
... in seeing the "real Dharavi" and not the media influenced view. So many great success stories come out of Dharavi and I am blessed to have had the opportunity to witness them first hand. I have a new goal in my life which is based on Dharavi. I hope that one day I can open up a jewelry gallery/craft center where residents from the town of all ages can gather and enjoy creating beautiful pieces of artwork. I would also like to look into using recycled materials ...
... and perhaps even action. The HOPE Foundation is just one organization that serves to assist Indian women in need toward bettering their lives; feel free to follow the link I’ve provided if you’re curious about how you can help.
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