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... water and taking a long time to get back to the Pindh. Once we got back, I went straight to the house and slept for the rest of the night. The following day was split between chilling in the Gurudwara and chilling in the house. Some of the highlights that day included eating fresh saag and makhi di roti at the Gurudwara and playing card games back at the house. That evening, my cousin made me the Sirvala (Best man) at the wedding. Sunday, the next day, was the wedding day. It was ...
... in Delhi.
We pull up outside a modern 6 story building –all black marble and tinted glass- where a brightly turbanned doorman in uniform and gold sandals smartly salutes as he opens the door.
We are shown to our room after checking in.It’s a lovely big corner room with windows on both sides .All mod cons with a lounge area and dining areaand a super 32" Flat Screen which I check is working.Watch two minutes of Everton V Blackburn before I am persuaded ...
... him NO ICE, NO WATER, NO SUGAR, NO SALT…NOTHING but the freshly squeezed juice (this was to be extra cautious so that we wouldn’t get sick). Mandip even watched him make it to make sure nothing was added. We enjoyed the juice outside in the market and brought the extra back in a jug for the rest of the family at the house.
That night Aman went to sleep early because he had a bit of a fever. Mandip went to sleep feeling ...
... in and everything was cold and wet. Laundry would not dry at all, towels would not dry, and my quilt was permanently damp. I couldn't get warm, and everything smelled like wet dog.
I'd had enough. I couldn't take it anymore. I phoned my parents and told them I wasn't going to try to extend my visa, I wanted to come home. That was the best decision I made the whole time I was in India.
Things with the school in the village hadn't ...
... positive experiences and really loved India. In the end, I can't say that I would ever want to go back to India, and I'm not sure if it's because I was really unlucky in attracting bad things, or if it was also because of the situation I was put into. I had a really rough go from the start since I was the only intern that was forced to do something they didn't come to India to do, and I had to start things from scratch in Naryala pretty much alone since Matthias ...