Dia Park Premier
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... and it took us at least 45 minutes to get there. It was on a large University campus and we now knew the drill of taking off our shoes and leaving them with the "shoe caretaker". The next temple was all in red, but quite small, while the third looked like a house and had a marble carving of a map of India on the floor.
Our last stop was to Sarnath where Buddha performed his first sermon. There are so many off-shoots of ...
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Only which I booked for the next weeks, am the first night in Delhi, as a Pick UP of the airport. But also the search for my driver is more difficult than meant, since the airport possesses numerous different gate of exits and I cannot see anybody, which carries a sign with my name. The moreover one it is very loud owing to chaotic traffic and air is very dirty. Before loud smog is very strongly limited the view. I left and would like ...
... at us. We walked past a school and "disrupted" the children. Classes are held outdoors because it is warmer outdoors than it is inside the building. We stopped at a pottery shop and watched a man make some simple shapes, using a stone wheel balanced on something. There are only a few cars in the village, the people use motorcycles and bicycles. We also saw women sewing, using hand cranked sewing machines, other women separating the seeds in the wheat, ...
... government is doing what it can to help these children, but it is NGOs such as the one we visited that is having the largest impact. We were shown the area where the children eat, sleep and are taught, then we were introduced to them. The girls are kept in a separate facility, but the boys were all eager to play. All the boys were in a seated line and I ran down two lines giving out high fives. They then wanted to play clapping games and arm wrestling. Once ...
... my house helpers, Mithun and Samoli, married when they were about 11 and 12. I want to find out more but at the moment I can't, we don't share a common language. Also I have seen many, many beggars in the street or knocking on my car windows, people I've been told by the locals to ignore as they 'choose' this as their 'profession'. Again, I want to know more. I have learned that 'all government officials are corrupt'. I've had some first hand ...