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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 ...
... a while before deciding to head back. I was walking along the road when they whizzed over on their motorbikes saying I had stamina and bravery for walking back alone and gave me a lift back on the back of their bike! After thanking them I realised it was 5pm and I'd only had the toast that morning. I settled into a riverside cafe for a curry and 2 chapattis. It was the first curry I'd been able to stomach in about 4/5 days and tasted pretty amazing. I finished the ...
... probably be somewhat wearisome. Secondly, you can speak Thai and have a good sense about the Thai personality. Third, you love languages, including your native one, and love learning more and more about the language. Fourth, you are a voracious reader. Fifth, you're intelligent, methodical, conscientious, and do not have vices that would interfere with your ability to perform. So I have no doubt that you probably are one of the better teachers there. This is ...
... 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 ...