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I got up at 5.45 for a Yoga class on the roof of the hotel, we also did a little bit of mediation which involved laughing out loud it was really funny but I couldn't take it seriously I did enjoyed the yoga though. Afterwards I nipped back to room for joe and my things and we all got on a local bus to head to Ahmedabad, one half had beds and one half had seats, with no air-con. Plus it was filthy it really wasn't pleasant! ...
... piece, and how to untangle it, since I'd be gone by then.
I only had a few days to build the piece. Surprisingly in India, and with Raman's help, we were able to procure the materials veryquickly. When I sat out to build the piece, I had a vague idea as to what to make. Because time was so short, I decided to do a variation/elaboration of an "S" shape I had built before, which I knew I could build very fast. I knew I wanted to include some of the religious iconography ...
... explanations of what happened during the first week in India, I would like to explain a typical day here.
Shower: This is where everyone should look at the photos for this entry and find the bathroom photo. Yes, that is right, there is no bathtub or shower. Rather, there is the entire bathroom and no separation between spaces. This took a lot to get used to also. Thank goodness Okki explained it to me the first night I got to the hostile otherwise ...
... m interested in going after what I said about it) with multiple takes on each question/answer in front of a “green screen”, then they picked two takes for each question, showed them to me, then I over-dubbed my voice (using the exact words, pace, intonation and inflection - which is not easy) for each clip before I got to go on my way. The whole thing took about 2.5-3 hours and was actually a lot of fun! Strange to be on the other side ...
... covered in dust and rotting furniture etc..but it was enough to show the luxury of the British rule and the Maharajstras of time gone by. Next day we headed into the Raan of Kutch..a salt marsh desert in northern India. It is 200 km of desert, but instead of sand it is brilliant white salt! After a long process at the border for the "white woman" to check in and pay..we entered a wonderland. It was festival time and a lot of tents and ...