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... off the group tour. We have journeyed through the 'real' India as far as we can judge. But did we enjoy it?
You cannot be here and not notice how most everyone's life is not like your own. You cannot be here and ignore the poverty, the unremitting noise, dirt and over crowding. Nor can you ignore that the people seem warm, friendly and in a hurry to get somewhere or get something done. And you forget at your peril that this a country of world ...
... joined. Susie said she might have a rooming issue. Lucas said 'move into my room', something that stopped us both cold [but of course he was kidding]. Further intrigue thereon possibly later.
An old Brit was dining. He is on the tour. His first words were a complaint that ...
My dear friend Padma , who lives in Geneva, is originally from India. We first met through cooking classes she was offering, following her retirement, as a way to meet people share her live of cooking and fund projects in India, many in Goa. So, I had intended to visit Goa and see a priest who has been instrumental in helping her find worthy projects to fund. This has ranged from playground equipment to sewing machines, and cows to plumbing repairs. I have been ...
... and Spencers. We wandered round for a bit but the shopping centre was so noisy - obviously Chennai comes alive on a Saturday night! There was some sort of performance going on in the middle of the shopping centre and this seems to be where all the young people hang out. We did find a jewellers and popped in there - mum and I both bought some earrings. We left then and went back to the hotel to chill out before dinner. We popped over to the ...
... so went straight to our room for a
quick power nap. We were up again in time for breakfast to meet the children at
8.30am. Breakfast, like all meals in Jwala, was served on the roof top under a
tented roof. That first morning was amazing! We were greeted by 26 very excited
very friendly girls. All of which wanted to hold our hands and stroke our
faces! Within minutes we had a good idea of the characters and personalities we
were about to get to know and we ...