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... Solid, unwavering and almost arrogant in their defiance against the ridiculously blue sky…They seem tossed together carelessly and yet every cluster in different sizes and shapes seems to be perfectly symmetrical in a way that can’t be explained. The bliss and utter lack of care that enveloped me as we zipped past the beautiful landscape laced with the starkest rocks and the greenest greenery is a thing to ...
... creditor, and the role the BSP plays in payment. (SO many acronyms!). In addition, similar to every other company we have visited in India, we heard about the challenge of attracting and retaining skilled workers. This is largely because as more and more IT companies outsource work to India, the pool of skilled laborers decreases and competition between companies for employees increases. Additionally, labor laws and working ...
... down on those up early. The richer folks haven't quite left their houses yet, and the hard workers are out already with brooms and water bins cleaning streets and cars or their own teeth.
I'm awoken every other morning with a man filling a bucket with water. As I live in the backside of a garage, I hear the reverberations of all manner of noises as a racket. Monday I was jarred awake from the faucet turned on and water at full force flooding into the plastic pail. ...
... to see the fascination, I ended up having to promise to teach them how to do it!
The teachers meeting was a lot more basic today and I found out that me and a couple of the other volunteers are going over to another centre tomorrow to meet the Volunteer coordinator, it could be my first time on a rickshaw, and after my other experiences with Indian traffic, I'm not sure how keen I am...
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... I distributed one to each. Since I had no clue or plan, and my guidebook gave no information on the town at all (Lonely Planet’s Discover India is a heaping pile of garbage! Unless you buy a bootlegged copy—which I unfortunately didn’t—avoid the purchase of this book at all costs), I was kind of at their mercy, and any favors I could barter would hopefully turn things in my direction.
I asked if one of them knew of a decent ...