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... students is an engineer. He was a hit as engineering is one of the disciplines the students are encouraged to pursue.
Finally, we reluctantly left the school and meandered through the narrow streets of the village, stopping at one point to purchase some chocolates at a tiny local store and to admire some baby goats. Our destination was the home of Sudha Sharma, where we were expected for chai tea and Indian bread freshly prepared over an open fire in her ...
... Ian is at the front talking to teacher. I am amongst the girls who are busy asking me questions and taking my photo. There are loud bursts of hip, hip, hooray...they are certainly a very lively bunch. Back at the car park we locate our driver for another hair raising drive which brings us back to Agra by sunset. Our driver informs us that in India the driving is crazy (as if we didn't know it) and that there are three things one needs: good brakes, good horn and good ...
... robins, storks, herons, doves, kingfishers, owls, eagles, kites, the beatiful nightingale and what our guide called the "spice bird" which was no other than a partridge. Apparently they cook it with spices, albeit the nickname. So, only mentioned a few of the birds that we saw, and of course to remember their names. After this great stop we then drove a few kilometers to meet our guide for the next couple of days, Ms Bisnu. There are ...
... br> 'Are you a fast driver?'
'Good. Please take us to Mehtab Bagh'
I would have personally asked something about the safety of his passengers as well. The man was fast. He drove like a maniac and it was my first experience of aggressive driving on Indian roads. Other drivers didn't appear to like it either and he got exceptionally close to other vehicles. I had a wimp moment and gripped Mike and squeezed my eyes shut. Now I know people tell stories ...
... back and took the spare bunk to sleep. Well, I say sleep, but he spent a good amount of time responding to his phone, talking loudly, getting up and down to chat to his companion at the foot of my bed, ordering and drinking chai and so on. I learned that sleeper trains don't actually have any rules of conduct for when it is 'sleeping' time.
There were many stops and starts overnight and I developed a crick in my neck, as well as encountering a couple of pains in the ...
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