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... and its middle class outnumber the whole population of the US.
But let's face it in a month we could only scratch the surface of understanding, and the result is an itch that by definition won't be salved by us. Instead we'll close this blog by some random observations some of which may be patently nonsense:
It is against the law to wear head protection equipment for the country's half billion two wheeled motorists. One man and five children is ...
... the Air India counter, I was immediately met by a woman from Air India who invited me into the airline's lounge. She personally walked me up to the lounge on the second floor and I thought to myself, "What a great service!" It made me feel really special - until I found out that there was a charge for using the facility. I got the woman to agree to let me sit in the lounge for free, but I left shortly later due to their overpriced menu and lack of ...
... have been a participant in her cooking classes on several occasions and was always happy to know that the money went to a great cause. Over the years since we first met we have had several opportunities to share lunches or dinners together and I have introduced her to several friends, many who also took the cooking class with me. I just admire her so much. So, when I told her about my plans to visit India and my itinerary she attempted to put me in touch with ...
... buy a few goodies to take back to the UK with us. I bought some chana massala, sambar and nuts and things. We then went to the Krishna restaurant next door for dinner and we both had dosais. It was unbelievably busy! There were so many cars and people around, we actually had to wait for a table for about 10 minutes. So many people bring their kids out for dinner so late as well! The funny thing here is that whenever you ask someone for ...
... pleased to be there.
This is unfortunately where our story turns quite sad. It’s hard
for me to explain the events of the next four days at Jwala in any particular
order so if I seem to go off on tangents, forgive me.
During our initial meeting with the Mother of the house we were
told that each day started with breakfast at 8.30, the girls then walked for 20
minutes on the nearby dirt tracks close to the home before starting their