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... out of houses to greet him, feeling like the pied piper we had soon gathered a trail of children running and laughing behind us. They wanted to be in every photograph dancing and singing us along, keen to show us their school (as they were on their winter break). We were allowed into a kindergarten class, where a semi circle of tiny faces peered at us half in excitement but half it seemed in fear! They were soon taught "E for England" and we were off for our second boat ...
I paid 150 rupees (about 1.50ukp) and thought that a fair price.There were some muted comments but my clean shaven Paddington bear hard stare remained firm. Apparently I can be quite glarey starey when required.
I've remained in Cuttack for the day as the rain was still coming down this morning and my washing hadn't dried much. ...
The mushroom curry was fab and the cold kingfishers going down swimmingly but the sad news is wifi not good enough to upload my photos - I'll pop some on here when next able.
Ok, I'm off out in search of a nice prickly pear.
Photos uploaded and much quicker when stood on one leg holding computer thingy close to router attached to reception room ceiling, Job done - it's beer time!
... Water Sources, Littering and the Environment, Women's Health and Violence, Natural Beauty Tips and Alcoholism and Drug Addiction. Everyone that came to the event was very engaged, and they all completed a quiz which ensured they visited all the stalls and took in the information well. Hopefully the next batch can build on the event and turn it into more of a Health Camp in the future, with doctors and nurses attending.
The last day at the YRC was full of visits ...
... hang at the YRC. It was a lovely way to end the event, and they all gave very positive feedback to us. It was an incredible day overall, and especially significant for me when I am so passionate about gender equality, and this is what I want to specialise in in the future. We decided that we didn't want the day to end, and so decided that the following week would be International Women's Week at the YRC!
After a relaxing weekend spent at ...