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After the previous days of relaxation, Thursday, May 28th
began around 6 in the morning as we left the Institute to embark on a trek to a
town called Mussoorie. This hike was about 4 kilometers long, and consisted our
group, Mr. Rajiv Bhartari, and our guides for the day, Arun and Amit, who are
both researchers currently working at WII.
Mussoorie is a hill station in the Himalayan foothills, and while it lies only 35
kilometers away ...
... by the goddess. The priest agreed with Poonan's thinking and advised her not to be distressed by the situation. Today was the last day of a 9 day celebration where on the eighth day eight young women are blessed as goddesses. Isabel was chosen as a local goddess and had to eat a meal in a separate room with some fancy glitter on her. During the 9 days we could only eat vegetarian. Luckily for me we arrived on day 6.
Vijay was ...
... so much time in Dr. Singhal’s shop, I’ve had a chance to see the names of a lot of his medicines. Some of them have very graphic names, ensuring that there is no confusion about their purpose. My favorite is “Vomitstop”, which is a big seller because many of the people who come here get nauseous from the winding ride up the mountain.
So far, my brother Scott was the only person to send me (a picture of) two dollars to mention ...
... to a place called “Company Gardens”, which was a rather pathetic little park that I had been hearing about all week from the rickshaw drivers who wanted to take me there – more for the money they would make than from any expectation that I might enjoy the park. The park really was a waste of time and money.
While at the park, I needed to use the toilet. It happened that there was a toilet at the park but I didn’t see ...
... 8211; which he would duly pass on to the sufferers of these illnesses? It took me even less time to reveal my answer: “No!”
He pointed out that I am rich and he is poor, so couldn’t I give him just 20 or 30 rupees? I felt certain that any money I might give him would end up being consumed by the administrative expenses of his family’s charity. This whole episode reminded me of something I had read on someone else’s blog ...