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... that hosts gold sellers by day and food carts by night. A group of ours went during the last semester, but I was unable to go seeing as that was the day that Okki and I were volunteering. I was so excited to go and try so many different foods! I had a masala dosa, which was just as amazing as I remembered, a pineapple sandwich, containing pineapple, pineapple jam and cheese within multiple layers of bread, a ...
... a while. Some of us read, while others socialized, did studio work, or just sat around. I, on the other hand, was feeling terrible. My stomach was churning and I was just hoping to be able to make it through the next couple of hours okay. After about ten minutes of just slouching around, I fell asleep, only to be woken up by being kicked by the person in front of me. (I guess they were just situating themselves, swung their feet under their seat, and kicked me. I know, it does ...
... to. We spent quite a long time in “Hypercity,” but managed to get some good stuff. I purchased speakers for my iPod and laptop for just 500 rupees ($10 US). They were “Logitech,” so they were pretty good for the price they were. We also got some silverware, new pillows for our beds, and some food. When I could not find some peanuts that Kunmi was telling me about, I asked a store clerk where I could find them. Apparently he was the manager because he ...
Ahmedabad Tuk Tuk driver!!
We stopped in Ahamadabad only because there were no seats on the train directly to Udaipur and we thought it would be good to see somewhere else, we needed to stay 24 hours and catch the connecting train. No worries, so we get off the train and got a Tuk Tuk into town to find a place to stay, after he took us to the place we wanted to go and ...
... was the state we were in.
India is made up of states, and the states are all under the jurisdiction of the national government. The states also have provincial governments under them, which is why education is both nationally standardized for curriculum and assessment as well as individually responsive to the geographical area that it is located in. It's why some towns are progressive and others are still trying to work out the kinks.
And in the ...