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... how they look in their raw state. Allen bought me a beautiful ruby ring. I love the ring but the process of buying anything is extremely wearing. Everything is high pressure and bargaining is required for even a banana.
We take a break from Indian food and have Italian!
The days are long and nights short. I'm torn between all the excitement and wanting to go home for something familiar and relaxing.
... the poverty just to name a few. Yet the thing that will stick with us most about India, i think, is the undeniable kindness in almost everybody you meet. Our journey to Jaipur was seamless aside from our own error. No scams at the station, a relatively quiet train which still baffles us with its stupendous service. In a 3 and a half hour journey we were served food on no less than 4 occasions! Again all free of charge. We arrived in ...
... rooms (Caroline and Sarah were in one room of 4 and I was in another room of 4 as it was spilt for Males and Females). We then met 2 volunteers from London who were leaving in the morning and they told us about some local info before we were to have our orientation in the morning. Having had some food (Dhal, curried veg, rice and chapattis) we got some sleep. The next day we were the only 3 in the house except for Lisa (from Austria) who was upstairs in another room. She had ...
... to do is close your eyes and pray!! Sammy nipped around attractions we hadn't read or heard about. Our spirits were sky high. Next we went to the monkey temple (we remember that one... Because there were monkeys). Sammy dropped us at the bottom and what do you know, he knows some guys who want to protect us from the monkeys. In fairness, it was lovely to have them go up with us. The business needs to be spread so we didn't mind paying. We somehow lost ...
... by the higher castes, ostracised and prevented from being treated as equal. But Sanu tried to convince me that this caste system works. It allows society system to be more effective and everyone has a role. "Well, not when one is condemned to be an untouchable!" I protested. He coolly exclaimed "You see, that's where it works..the upper castes can earn better karma by helping the lower castes." I was just stunned by that ...