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... alongside the banks. The odd dog appeared from nowhere to bark and buffalo, cows, even the odd camel came down for a bath. The river wasn't badly polluted, not that we intended to use the water.
After lunch we lounged for the remaining afternoon, did abit of rowing ourselves because there was absolutely no breeze for the sail, and only started to be concerned when, towards twilight, we couldn't see ...
... at the destination. The train finally arrives at 06.00 am with 9 hours of delay. I board the train knowing full well that I can't make my flight in Kolkata but there is a berth on this train for me and I can sleep. No sooner am I aboard that I make the acquaintance of one of the 4 other passengers sharing my compartment. Unknowingly to me the Indian gentleman is commenting to his friends how this foreigner who is of ...
... the lives of the locals better through the use of technology. I have said it before, but for repetitions sake, we are working for Solar Alternatives & Associations Programmes (SAAP). SAAP obviously focuses on solar technologies. It is a for-profit institute that funds training and education for students (High School - College) through the sale of their solar products. They currently sell PV Solar Cells as well as Solar Water Heaters, Solar Cookers, Solar Dryers, ...
... That and it does taste good.
We are about a third of the way through the summer which is a crazy thought. I am enjoying myself and I dont have malaria yet in case that was on your mind. I have finished two books and do have spurts of boredom, I spent 2 hours yesterday improving my signature. I figured that would be a useful upgrade before the real world. In case you were curious I base it off Cal Ripken Jrs.
Thanks for reading my long ramble of a blog.
... till our stop. It was coming up to the departure time for our main train so after mentally preparing ourselves for what we were about to endure we were a bit disheartened at how far the metro station was to the railway station. As soon as the metro doors opened we were off like a couple of hamburgers from tesco. Keeping in mind we both had our 20kg backpacks plus 7kgs in our rucksacks we did pretty well running down the stairs, I followed Hadley who disappeared down the escalator only ...