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Travel Blogs from Bhubaneswar
It wasn't the wrong trousers it was a close shave!
My roughty toughty image suffered a bit of a set back today following a shave and a face massage - it was all good until the 450 rupee bill. The most a good ferangi shave should be is about 50 rupees and it's usually about 20 / 30 if a suitable roadside affair. I fully appreciate the white skin tax rule but even ...
The mushroom curry was fab and the cold kingfishers going down swimmingly but the sad news is wifi not good enough to upload my photos - I'll pop some on here when next able.
Ok, I'm off out in search of a nice prickly pear.
Photos uploaded and much quicker when stood on one leg holding computer thingy close to router attached to reception room ceiling, Job done - it's beer time!
It's been a long time since I updated my blog, because so much has happened I haven't had time to blink!
I am now back in England having returned 2 weeks ago, wrapped up warm with a cup of tea, trying to adjust to the 40 degree drop in temperature. India seems like years ago already, but all the time I am thinking of all the happy memories I have from there, especially of the past few weeks, which were by far the best.
During our last few weeks we really stepped ...
"A Promise is a Promise: Time for action to end violence against women."
This was the official slogan for International Women's Day 2013, across the world, and we had it plastered across one of our many banners for the event! We started the day at 8am with a poster campaign at the local market, where we held up 8 posters that the students made during the week. We had about 20 of the YRC students and volunteers to help us, and a big PA ...
We have been too busy to access the internet recently, so this blog entry will cover 2nd-7th March!
After a hard week of work, we enjoyed a weekend trip with the other Northern ICS volunteers to Konark and Puri. We were apprehensive, yet very excited, to experience our first Indian train to get there! Luckily Sanka did half of the journey with us as he had some business in Bhubaneswar, so we weren't completely alone. It was lucky he was there, because noone at ...