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... our night bus from as the tour operator's directions were a little vague. Headed back to the Internet cafe and caught up on blog entries. We also ran into Rob again, he was giving an English lesson through web cam to someone in Japan!
... like the whole store needed to check out at once. I was so glad that I was able to be done when I was. In front of the entrance, we all gathered and headed out. On the way home, we could not find a rickshaw. It took us a solid 20 minutes just to flag down a single rickshaw, when we actually needed about 4. Eventually, we got everyone on their way back to the hostel. When I got back to my room, I tried on the clothes that I bought. I went over Mallory’s room and she, Tiffany, ...
Today at night after diner we made a campfire after dinner.it was fun.we got to sit around And warm our feet.the parents say and talked while the kids(Sajni Diya Mitra kush and asha) played tag and uno.it was a fun evening.and also we had pasta for dinner.+ mitra made the ...
... journey in the rain, determined not to get a cab! When we arrived there were no tiffin boxes to be seen, I think we missed it or were in the wrong place. A little damp but not defeated we jumped a cab out to the Bandra district in search of the elusive Olive restaurant to realise it does not open until 7pm! Luckily next door was the gorgeous coffee, tea and cake restaurant: Out of the Blue -YUM. Two hours, scrummy cakes, a clean loo and charged phone later we made our way to ...
... the usual cows and dogs, they have camels, elephants and monkeys). It was Gandhi’s home for most of his life and the headquarters for his independence movements, and there is a really great museum at his old Ashram. He’s a pretty amazing guy, but turns out he wouldn’t be too proud of India’s current state if he was still alive today, since some of his biggest dreams, including peaceful Muslim-Hindu relations (and union of ...