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... as although the vast majority of dogs in India are not housed in the traditional western sense, many are owned and allowed to roam free, or fed and effectively owned by several members of the community. These dogs are often seen as pests and mass shootings are possible when the populations are deemed to high, or if there is an outbreak of rabies. The shootings have not been effective at preventing disease spread. In addition to this the stray dogs do do a service ...
... away! Last stop after lunch was St Stephen's church: lovely church with stained glass windows and well kept. The most interesting things to me was the font complete with: those well known Indian trees: oak and holly! And the plaques on the walls: all British people up to the second world war. Many dying in their 20s or 30s, either in the army or from 'jungle fever' ? Malaria? Also many were obviously the plantation owners and very wealthy. Our hotel: ...
... can - when nobody is looking - and hopefully it will go away by itself. (Note: So far it hasn't gone away by itself.)
I just finished reading one of the six books about India that I brought with me on this trip. One particular paragraph stood out to me in light of my recent experience while standing in line at the ticket window at the train station: "In the West, we are socialized to wait our turn. We also expect undivided ...
... by standing up for Romania against the Soviet Union. This made him the darling of the Western world - until his economy came crumbling down. There were also some big similarities between North Korea and Romania in that both of them put on those expensive song and dance spectacles - in order to show the world how happy and prosperous they are. This brings up an interesting point: I firmly believe that if we would stop supporting such regimes ...
... for no recompense to himself, though he said as his caretaker would look after our welfare and cook our meals that we should give him some money before leaving. He asked how long did I want to stay and I said about three days and it was all fine by him.
Shankar took us in a rickshaw up the hill to the llittle house of his master Daniel. There Daniel normally lived with his Swedish wife and daughter Alva.
As far as Shankar ...