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... and travelled to Jabarkhet Nature Reserve, which has been a
side project developed over the past two years by the head of WWF India. This was a truly
impressive experience from the standpoint that she and only a handful of other
people built this park from scratch, and in their spare time.
As we entered the park, we passed the all-female security detail and trekked down a
short trail to a grassy meadow with an outstanding northern view of ...
... me his mala (prayer beads) I tried to turn them down, but he insisted. Then when I said thank you and that I needed to get going to prepare to leave that evening he asked for some money for lunch. I said that I thought the babas were given food by the ashrams. He became angry and offended and I said that that was what I was told but if you could inform me better I’d like to learn. He then said no and that I had a bad heart and should just go. ...
... over Tibet). But I do now think that most Tibetans are experiencing a higher standard of living as charity-supported exiles than they would have in their own country. And that’s not so easy to give up.
Not looking forward to the long walk back to my hotel, I was glad to find a rickshaw driver waiting to take me back. His quoted price was so reasonable that I even tipped him at the end of the ride – to his surprise as much as mine.
... magically dropping – down to 400 rupees. Still, I preferred to take a taxi for 700 rupees because taxis are infinitely more comfortable than tuk tuks – especially over such a long distance.
At the taxi window, I asked how much it would cost to get to the airport –even though I already (thought I) knew the price. Well, suddenly it was 810 rupees. I asked the clerk why the price had gone up and he told me the price has been the ...
... with his two brothers. This was all the more surprising because he has only one brother. Marco and his brothers were on their way from the gym to visit their stockbroker in this building. I decided to join them on their elevator ride up to the stockbroker in order to spend some time with Marco since I hadn’t seen him in so long. For some reason, we got in a freight elevator – full of laundry stained with ink spots. I leaned against the piles of laundry ...