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... we went back to our hotel room we could see a crowd outside and it looked like someone had fallen over. Soon an ambulance came and after ten minutes they put a white sheet over the guy. Turned out he had a heart attack right outside our room. Bizarre.
My plan for Mumbai is to try to get into a Bollywood film, I've heard they love western ...
... to drill additional bore wells - no water no life at all, or to
irrigate, if they have the equipment - the parched land will not be able
to absorb the water, causing high runoff and flash flooding, destroying
roads, and washing away vast quantities of the dusty, dried-out soil.
that is providing you even had land in the first place. landless
labourers are faced with the increasing irregularity of their seasonal
work, and the draw of jobs in the city so ...
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Wednesday afternoon field-trip
The team was so tired of hearing me drone on about Jira, the new issue tracking system, that Wednesday afternoon they ditched me and went to the the Australia vs. Canada cricket match. Not to be dissuaded, I hailed the first rickshaw I could to investigate what this whole "cricket" thing was about.
Upon arriving at my destination, the beautiful Chinnaswamy Stadium in the heart of ...
Journal Entry on Trip to Bylakuppe
Stepping into the Tibetan Buddhist refuge community of Bylakuppe about five hours west of Bangalore in Karnataka was like arriving in an entirely different country. Returning to Bangalore last night was like coming back to the abrasive lively night that urban India is. The town and immediate surrounding area of Bylakuppe has approximately 60,000 ...
... and spicier, and presented in a small bowl with some rice and a couple of chapattis. It could have been Bradford.
The next day we headed out for a walk around the city, aiming to hit as many of the bazaars as we could, including the apparently famous Crawford market. Built during the raj, it was another part of india that seemed to me eerily british. The only difference was that it was much, much bigger, and sold just about anything you could think of. The strange ...