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... is permanently straight because of untreated damage. Rajus story has now hit Bollywood as his rescue was a military operation that attracted worldwide media attention. Lots of them are going blind because they have never been looked after or have been poked in the eyes with the hooks. The ones who aren't blind lead the ones who are with a little bell.. It's so sweet, these creatures are so caring and they were treated so badly.
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... about my 12 month holiday! I did not even get phased when she told me she had given me the wrong forms to complete and they had to be completed again!
After making friends with the lovely lady again she provided me with a receipt and her number if i needed anything! How lovely of her....we then googled mapped my route and off I toddled to try and find my way and find my way and again in circles I went...I ended up in a tourist information place and ...
... made of the red sandstone (mainly from the nearby state of Rajasthan). This area reminded Ian of Pretoria in South Africa: a place he had visited just prior to the apartheid in the early 1990s. On show were the same massive structures and architecture. We were to later find out from Harry that indeed there were Pretorian influences in the planning and architecture of this area. Down the expansive King's ...
... for after all. To be honest, as long as you are firm and have some idea of where you are going this gentle scam is not really a problem – in fact it can be quite funny. And in reality you can’t blame these people, they are clearly very poor and earn a few extra rupees in commission by leading you astray.
One thing that’s obvious are the huge contrasts in this city. The wide, open grandeur of New Delhi with the embassies and five star hotels ...
... need to make sure we negotiated the price up front, so when he quoted us 50 rupees, which is reasonable, we happily accepted. When he drove us directly to Gandhi’s house without stopping on the way at a shopping opportunity, we were delighted, and our faith in humanity was restored. He pulled up in front of the gate to the house, gestured widely, and said, “It’s closed”, which it was. (No problem.) Quickly ...