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... of humankind.
For example, in Mumbai the sight of a mother feeding her baby whilst sitting on what looked like a very unclean footpath; young boys near Agra picking up plastic to sell to a recycler in order to gain a few rupees; the advertisement and photo in the local newspaper in Delhi asking someone to identify a man found dead on the street was also sad.
The plight of street dogs of which there were many all of whom had such as sad ...
... kept us informed of any admin we needed to deal with during our absence. The wonders of the Internet and Skype have made a huge difference to being able to stay in touch. It has been so good to be able to make a video call across wifi or telephone calls to connect with family and friends. That said, Christmas Day is not the same on Skype as being together and I doubt I will want to spend another Christmas away from home - it just didn't feel right! Interestingly my favourite part ...
... drove past things as our "guide" pointed things out. His English was quite poor, which made for an interesting trip. We both enjoyed covering more area by car than we would have been able to on foot though. Amidst the chaos and beeping horns there are quite a lot of beautiful, well maintained gardens scattered throughout the city. We also saw were one of the largest clothes washing/hanging areas of India is and it was quite well organized with ...
... Image: Women riding on the backs of scooters in saris and Punjabis, with backs straight as arrow and scarves blowing beautifully in the wind. A very rare one with a helmet over her sari.
Bhang: Hash which is legal in a few spots (only in old town Varanasi and Jaisalmer) is available in a lassi (cold and refreshing yoghurt drink), cookies and such. Nothing more to say.
... of this advertisement sign in the waiting room isn’t so strange after all.
A statement I read before leaving for India that I try to keep in mind: “Your culture is just one manifestation of reality.” My time in India thus far has proved this to be true again and again. These experiences are truly invaluable, and I look forward to sharing more with you!