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... t work you just accept it and move on. We learned this in Nepal. The woman in front of Hayley has figured out that if she hits the fan next to her head and then rattles it a bit, it works for about five seconds. We watched her struggle with the damn thing for about half an hour before she gave up. She would still try occasionally for the rest of the journey.
There are two kids in the bed above me and every time I start to go to sleep, one of them climbs down then ...
... of Jama Masjid Gate 1 lies the amazing network of Old Delhi's alleyways and street markets. Narrow lanes crowded with shoppers, beggars, wandering cows, honking motorcycles, lined with shops in every nooks and crannies selling everything from goat brains, hoofs and vegetables to fabrics, spices and local sweets. My sense of smell went into overdrive, frequently bombarded by a barrage of different fragrances/pollution/smoke/odours of the unknown. I got ...
... ancient Mosque, built in the 11th century, and then rebuilt in the 15th, was older than anything we had seen in Russia, and was remarkably beautiful. We walked around getting a guided tour before heading back to the IES center for our next activity...Bollywood dancing. Our program had hired an expert choreographer of 12 years who trains mainly Bollywood actors, to come give us a crash course lesson for an hour. I would go on about how good I was, but I will let the ...
... were all Deaf, I met around 40: of these about 35 were male and 5 were female, and of these 5 only 1 or 2 were female Indian (being the only sign language studies centre in Asia there were students from all over Asia and even a few from Africa) ... Which is, of course, unsurprising. Still felt odd compared to our 13:2 female to male ratio in CDS in the UK, of which only one was Deaf ... So it was interesting to see a stronger male perspective in the classroom ...
... And the odd monkey! Cows, rickshaws, motorbikes, buses and cars and their constant honking of horns make up the throng of city life here, it's so hectic and very colourful, so many exotic fruits being sold on the side of the street, monks....and a 1000 sari clad women! Not that many westerners here, fewer than I expected which is good. Highlight of yesterday had to be a Sikh temple we were taken to in the morning (Gurdwara Banghla Sahib) there is Sikh festival going on at ...