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... great time and were able to celebrate with a number of the other wharton students that we had been traveling with up to that point.
After New Years we took a day to recoup :) and then met up with Katie's friend Paul In Delhi. He is an ex-indian military lieutenant who now does work consulting for the UN peacekeeping forces and who Katie met during her time in Abidjan. His family was extremely welcoming and showed us around the ...
... the non spicy version) which I was instructed to eat whole. I did while Pravar took photos and it was okay. I think my stomach was just so confused by the spice at this point I gaged a bit before eating the second one. Supposedly I was supposed to get six but I said I couldn't do it and made the guide eat some. They also gave me a dry version which was the same ball but with dried stuff in it and it was quiet salty and not good. Finally it was sweets time and I opted to have Indian ...
... take with me when I board that Air India plane tomorrow is affection: affection for those who suffer and continue to survive such adverse conditions; affection for the curiosity of many Indians, their pride, the playfulness of the children and their penchant for calling me ...
... we were at. With almost an hour to spare we though we were fine, but apparently it would take us over an hour in a taxi due to traffic. Paul's face drops and I try to conceal my panic, we were not sure what to do (it's now 9pm). Then out of nowhere a young guy appears and tells us we can make our overnight train if we catch the local train to CST which is where he was travelling towards.
Paul and I at this point had nothing to lose so we trusted him. ...
We finally get to be tourists in India. We took a drive through the posh area of Mumbai. We went by the huge home of a billionaire, Anil Armani. 4 people and many servants! So much wealth in India yet still so much poverty. We took an hour long ferry ride to the ...