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... among other things celebrating Scott's 42nd birthday with take away food from the Hard Rock Cafe, but mostly playing with Oceana. She can be so much fun with her vivid imagination. For example, she found the shredded paper that was in the gift Tawan gave Scott for his birthday - and voila - she used it to make spaghetti! She had me taste it and when I told her it was too hot, she blew on it to cool it off, like her mother does when she feeds her. She also has ...
... channa masala (chickpeas), paneer tikka in a green sauce, spinach pilau rice and kulcha naan. After lunch and a short walk outside to get some fresh air (it had pretty much stopped raining by this time) we had a leader connect session. Much of the session focused on trends in retail and the impact of these trends on testing. This was an interesting insight and got us thinking differently about the various ...
... access to effective sanitation and clean water, 53% owning a mobile phone.
The British East India company arrived 400 years ago, India claimed independence only around 65 years ago and has been rapidly changing and forming its identity ever since. I don't know why I wasn't expecting it, but the English influence is still very much felt...English is widely spoken, the colonial names for cities etc are still widely used, at times the architecture ...
... a go. It's been inspiring to witness even with extreme poverty/starvation people still take the risk to work for themselves. There's not been a minute of the last month that's whistled by that I've not felt like the luckiest man alive to have what we do in Cornwall's no 1s peninsula. So I'm on my way. Please accept this as a huge thank you to all that helped with my trip and all that followed me with my blog. Looking forward to cooking for you all. Ps they lost my bag on the way ...
... realised how much pride must have been taken when it was built and it dominated the skyline. The station itself was a mad melee of Tuk Tuk’s (although here they called them Auto’s), taxi’s and busy commuters. We wandered around the station trying to find our way for the future journeys we would take, we also wanted to get an idea of the condition of the carriages so that we would know what type of seats to reserve.