Hotel Hindusthan International
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... of a relative of some sort. I have given up on pinning down the connections as we use relative terms in different ways. For example they call all their cousins sisters or brothers. I was pretty anal about this when I first got here,,,,"but I thought you didn't have any sisters. How can this be your sister?....,,but I met your brother in law's wife and that is not her. How can that be your....". Can't you just hear me? I'm hoping to leave some of ...
... the hotel being lazy. I might go visit the Tribal Museum, but I am really enjoying the air conditioning, wifi and soft bed. Will attach some pictures of my accommodations at VYK since I have wifi access and can upload my pictures. Hope you are enjoying your day as ...
I paid 150 rupees (about 1.50ukp) and thought that a fair price.There were some muted comments but my clean shaven Paddington bear hard stare remained firm. Apparently I can be quite glarey starey when required.
I've remained in Cuttack for the day as the rain was still coming down this morning and my washing hadn't dried much. ...
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!
... is a reassurance that not only do I want to dedicate my life to working in International Development, but also that young people are the key to making development agendas successful and sustainable. Who knows where life will take me next, but I can't wait for more experiences like this one, to work with, engage and develop young people, and enable them with the tools to be change makers in their communities. Young people truly do have the power to change the world.