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Today was test day in school and all the children who had attended summer camp had to take various different tests that had been written for their age groups. We were just meant to be supervising and making sure that noone cheated on the tests.
We started with the Maths tests and while most people got on with them no problem (we were supervising the older children) a few people simply refused to work. One girl claimed that she knew the answers to none of them when ...
... of the college, where they are farming shrimp and fish together. I then toured a shrimp farming operation owned and run by a graduate of the College. He farms a non-native species of shrimp (from Mexico) and he showed me how they feed the shrimp, and talked to me about why he chose to farm this particular species. He’s a bit richer and more educated than the average shrimp farmer, so he uses some technologies not found in typical farms, such as an automatic feeder on a timer. Then ...
... extent it is a modernised city, but really no different from any other we have visited. In the end they all become amalgamations of each other, busy, noisy, always something going on, all with roads named after Mahatma Ghandi, which does get confusing. There is a nice park which we walked through, but was full of Indian men, either on their lunch break or just on a permanent break, we are not sure which. Found the post office which is ...
... long since perished but the Indian White Tiger is roaring strong at the moment and is not set to be tamed any time soon.
Personally I think the best way to get a feel for a city is to simply wander around and go in whichever direction interests you the most. If your attention for some reason is drawn down a particular road; walk it, if you’re hungry and smell some good grub cooking; follow it, and if you’re thirsty and see a big neon ...
... to vote in India, making it by far the world’s largest democracy. By comparison, Canada has 23 million voters, while both the United States and Britain have more than 40 million. More than 400 million Indians cast ballots in the May 2009 federal election. When the subcontinent goes to the polls it’s the biggest political carnival on earth.
Unlike most of its neighbours, India has maintained a democratic tradition since it was founded. Even after Partition and ...