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AMDAVAD BE SAFAL HALF MARATHON
2014 was an year gone past without a single finisher medal and to add salt to the injury we lost registration money due to inability to attend Satara. With SCMM registration money in all probability also going to the organisers for free, my running graph has lately been inconsistent at the best. In the last …
... the actual revitalization of the building, while others mentioned the friendliness of the staff and the actual architectural characteristics of the building. I worked in Mr. Shukla's office, as they were finalizing where I will have a desk. When I came back to the hostel, I was exhausted. I closed the night my finishing up the leftover hummus for dinner and watching a couple movies.
... like I had that night. It was delicious! After hanging around after dinner at the table for a while, we walked home through the back streets of Ahmedabad. To close the night out, I went upstairs to work on the Week 3 blog post. When I was done, I Skyped my Mom to test out how strong the signal was. (I should clarify that when I am upstairs for internet, I am actually just sitting outside of one of my classmate's doors to get a connection since the wireless is not even recognized in ...
... where to pin up our boards, we decided that it would be nice to present somewhere local to where our project was based in the building. Unfortuately, because we did this, our boards kept falling, seeing as we were taping them onto very dirty concrete curved walls. (It was a nice idea, right?) Between running back and forth from re-taping our boards and listening to the other presentations, I almost got hit in the head by the same bird 3 or 4 times. However, the day just got more ...
... we listened to Shalin's music mix and asked several questions about the Indian culture, relationships, worship and so on. What was great about the drive was that we were able to see some of the country/farmland where the villagers were growing rice, sugar cane and corn. The way they farm here is nothing like I grew up with in Colorado. Here it is by hand! Tractors are ...