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... slums with a backdrop of city skyscrapers. We eventually barrelled out of our tiny taxi and onto the doorstep of our home for the next two nights, to find a locked fence. Not the greatest arrival, but with a rattle a night receptionist appeared to let us in, we were unsurprised when after taking our names he grunted and pointed at the guy already asleep on the floor..this was going to be a looong morning. Flat out on the floor we took turns to nap, when finally we got our ...
There were three games going on, two of which involved all the proper gear and clothing. But the most interesting game was the one that was being played twenty feet in front of me. Just a group of friends gathered together to play some cricket. They didn't have a bail, the stumps appeared to be just random sharpened bits of wood rammed into the soft dirt and they only had one bat, the other batsman using a tree branch to touch base with at the end of each run, but none ...
I slept for a total of an hour last night, if that.... Too nervous/excited double checking my bag, triple checking my bag. Got 'up' at 4, quick blast in the shower, downed a cup of coffee, checked bag again... Whoosh we were off, oops forgot charger, luckily I remembered before we had left the Close. Drive to Heathrow was smooth, though I noticed my Step Dad is a middle lane driver(!) it was too early to bring it ...
... 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 ...
... at DaDa stop we were violently pushed from the train and weren’t let back on again. When we finally got to the beach it was littered quite badly, but we enjoyed flavoured ice drinks called Golas. We later found they were made from Indian water! In the evening we caught a train to Aurangabad where we met a lovely lady who offered us into her home, and a Chinese guy who told us he eats 'big dogs like ...