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... Caves - impressive! (Ian) Most disappointing monument: Taj Mahal - ruined by the greed of the Indians, it is so expensive to visit that most are not prepared to pay to experience the place at sunrise and sunset. The pollution is now so bad that you can hardly see the changing colours on it through the smog. Utterly ruined. Closely followed by the Amber Palace, also ruined by tourism and greed. (Gill) Also the Taj - the lack of visibility due to pollution, it doesn't live up to ...
... a hint of it. When we first ventured outside into he sumptuous gardens of the Waterstones hotel we got a faint whiff of it in the air. It is hard to put a finger on what it is. I think is is a combination of open sewers and rotting fruit and fish. It is a smell we will have to get used to.
We finally arrive at our hotel, fill in the lengthy forms again and make our way to our room. The hotel looks old and ...
... 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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... produces and create a jewelry line with the help of these bright minds. My life would be fulfilled if I would share my love of jewelry making with those who would never have the opportunity to try something like it all the while making a profit to provide for their families in terms of not only necessities but also education.
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This week, my clinical rotations took me to a private local facility called B.S.E.S. Hospital, two train stops from where I am staying. My time at the hospital is mostly spent in the operating room, which I find absolutely fascinating and enjoy very much. Unfortunately, my training in the States does not allow for much time spent in the OR, so all of the time spent in the OR here is extremely valuable to me. Although I have ...