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Well after a good nights sleep on a very hard mattress ,although having said that we did sleep rather well. We were up at 6.30am,and after having breakfast and packing up,we were back on the road by 9am. We passed through many towns,Koppal very busy place with tons of traffic,and we very nearly got hit a few times,up through Gangawati,Jalwalger,Raichur and by this time we were looking ...
... abilities began to return to me and it dawned on me that he A) didn't seem to have a clue as to his way around his home city and B) had driven round it in a massive circle twice before taking me to the snazziest hotel in town which I definitely couldn't afford on my meager backpacker budget, and then another one which was a complete **** hole. He then asked for double rate as I'd just got an impromptu city tour. I ended up having a heated argument with the ...
... party, which was full of free food and paparazzi (?!). I guess a lot of famous people were there since the book was about the Apollo Hospital's founder, Dr. Prathap Chandra Reddy (who was also in attendance). While the experience was definitely strange, I learned a lot about healthcare and the growth of Indian medicine at the talk. Afterwards, we all went to the Chocolate Room, a restaurant that has chocolate infused into every type of food (chocolate shakes, ...
... fort, I was dumbfounded.
Day 3 took off with a visit to the local market. On my way, I came across a whole bunch of lovely kids who were playing on the streets. I was instantaneously lured towards the promising subjects for my photo shoot. I met Minakshi, a lovely kid, strikingly beautiful thanks to her twinkling eyes and the enormous gajra she had worn (bunch of flowers usually attached to the hair-part of Indian tradition).
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Well what a week it has been. Firstly I would like to tell the regular viewers of this blog that Sandy and Sally passed their exams with flying colours. Sandy got an A and Sally got A+. They both now advance to the next grade in the new term which starts in June. So they are very happy about that.
On Monday we went out to find a hairdresser. I was very nervous about finding one. As a woman I am very fussy about how my hair is cut and who does it. I have had the same ...