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... for our cakes to give to their gods....one was really pushy but thank goodness she moved on, eventually. Clíona lost her appetite after that and gave hers to a man without legs. So after us unsuccessfully finding the non existent dance school we headed to crawford market, the source of all markets and bizaars in mumbai. By now miriams sun kissed skin was turning a bit red, but she'll be as brown as a berry tomorrow. Lucky thing! Clíonas freckles ...
Hi, Guys..! I would like to share my Trekking Experience of last Monsoon. Its time for saying bye to Summer and welcoming the Lovely Monsoon. So I would like to share my Last Monsoon trek experience. We all know monsoon is famous for its Love-able weather environment. And it is also know for trekking. Many people plan their trips during Monsoon, they want to be the part of Beautiful green Nature. ...
... Island we entered the caves which Elephanta Island is renowned for. Elephanta Island is home to a labyrinth of cave temples carved into the rock thought to have been created as far back as 750 AD. For all of you who were thinking it was called Elephanta Island because it was home to elephants you would be wrong, the Portuguese named it this because of the large stone elephant which can be seen near the shore. We walked around and looked at the ...
... that Simon Ling from Ashtead was able to join us as his support has enabled us to complete this home.
There is no such thing as a dull journey in India, there is always so much happening. People are so industrious and, in a country with no safety net, there is not time to sit around waiting for help – you have to find a way to help yourself.
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We spent the morning in the school with Rebecca, the Australian teacher. We observed a hear 4 class being taught modes of transport in English with a supply voluntary teacher. The children were suprisingly so disengaged, half doodled on gheir pads, some started reading the library books, even 2 girls had a scrap in the corner. I was itching to jump in and either gain their attention or play a game with them! Cannot wait to be able to ...