Hotel Sai Prakash
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... with the here now and no or little concern for much beyond family or life's pleasures. So you may be wondering what prompted such thoughts. Several factors fed into it: watching our daughters grow into young women, realizing certain fazes of life have past, New Year's reflections, traveling the globe and pondering 7 billion people all having the same needs & questions, and a movie Trifecta.
So I ...
... 8230;). Without a soilet the women have to walk approximately 2 kilometers (1 mile) if they or their children wish to go to the bathroom in private… Because this isn’t feasible for many of the women who have small children, any empty spot around the homes are used during the night. As you can imagine this causes other serious sanitation issues… There is also only one working well in the community, which she explained means ...
... and they were laughing at us. They even did the chinese fire drill a few times! As we pulled into the gates of the University the guards wouldn't allow the man up front with the driver to enter in. Olivia was quick on her feet to think to say that he was our friend and with us. We pulled up to Tagore, handed them their money, and walked in. Yet another night of Grey's for me! Love the nose ring!!!!! Just following Indian ...
... per person in our defense. Then when it came to ordering the main meal Olivia and I were both really wanting two things so we decided it was necessary to each get one and split them. We got veggie quesadillas and a shrimp alfredo pasta. Yummmmmm. So much food. It was so great. We all picked off of each other's plates and did pretty well for ourselves. It didn't take us long to eat really. I mean four hungry girls and some good American food. Some differences ...
... have been worked out for a month. Done and done.
All and all, and despite the bathroom situation, it was a great day! I’m really enjoying this trip and getting into a more “local” India has definitely been an experience! Oh and PS, the food is AWESOME!!!! Local Indian dishes and the fresh local fruit is something I just can’t get enough of!
I could write more and more, but I’ll save it for next time. xo Haley