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... in this blog one regular comment I make is "I don't get it!". Perhaps, finally, I am starting to.
One interesting article I read in an Indian newspaper states there are over 1400 languages in India and that does not include English. The article addressed whether English was a good language to promote and foster ahead of the native tongue "Hindi". They spoke about the very low percentage of people who can speak English VERY well. Clare and I can attest to that. They are very ...
It was time to head back to the hotel, grab some lunch and go the airport for our flight to Delhi. My flight was leaving at 1130p on Thursday, while the girls were on Lufthansa via Frankfurt at 230a Friday morning. The flight to Delhi was only an hour, but by the time we got off we were all on edge. I have never been on a flight with more screaming children or clueless passengers...not fun.
On arrival ...
... airport employee, who takes up contact with my driver, after I gave its number to this. I feel very relieved, when I see a native one with a sign, on which my name stand.
While driving to my hotel, I become acquainted with the first time Indian traffic. On the roads an absolute chaos prevails, more badly than Thailand o.a. Countries. To certain rules (“right forwards left” o.a.) adheres nobody, traffic lights by the road users is only ...
... richer" than the women I saw this afternoon. And I don't mean richer in money (although I can't ignore the fact I was able to earn a generous income during my career) but I mean richer in opportunities - education, marriage, the number of children I had...choices the women many part of India are denied. We have just returned to the hotel following a camel ride through the village and up onto some sand dunes to watch the sunset. Three camels, pulling ...
... all of us were properly dressed and charged again to climb to the top of the tower. To get up to the top we were escorted by a man, since women are not allowed to go to the top unescorted. The view of Delhi from the top was unbelievable. For as old as the city is, it's amazing that they never built up. No tall buildings or skyscrapers. All low, traditional or original buildings, and all built out, covering the entire landscape. We left the mosque and walked ...