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... Delhi, the pollution is a haze that covers the valley. Bulu talks about remembering when the sky was blue, it sends a chill down my spine. He gifts Juliet 3 paintings for her wedding of local rural lands with a back drop of blue sky. The power is intermittent here in Howzaribar. Bulu's activism uses international agencies and fights hard. He has thousands of years of archaeological sites to protect. We visit the museum itself after breakfast. Its a collection of rocks, stones, ...
... to use however as we discovered we had half the population of indian mosquitoes living in the bathroom so we had to take it in turns for a shower while the other one tried to kill as many of the mosquitoes that attacked us as possible with flip flops, there was lots of screaming (on Simons part), some flight minded people thought there was somethyinelse going on!! Ahem Claire ...
... starting off on my solo ride south. So at about 11.30 - once the rain stopped -I headed off in search of the dealer wearing my high protection and abrasion resistant shorts and sandals. Not something I would normally do in the UK or indeed on main roads in India but for the crawl through town traffic it's fine. I've cycled my pushbike faster on regular Monday nights with other fitness ...
We left Varanasti on the morning of the 8th and rode the 150kms to Aurangabad. It took a while to work our way out of Varanasi but I was glad when we were out on the bridge crossing the ganges and leaving it behind. Our hotel was fab but the city, in my opinion, was a bit grim. NH2 was an easy ride and we stopped at the hotel in the mid afternoon. After a quick shower and watching the end of Notting Hill on tv ...
After lunch today we headed to the market for some personal experience in identifying the target market for mangos, bananas and pens. Jamie and I took two groups and competed for the best price. It was a great break from the classroom and a great help for the students in changing the way they view the market, not simply as consumers but as marketers. One of the biggest questions the group has been working through is the ethics of dickering. If you ...