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That night, was another futile sleeping attempt and I ended up with a few hours, which was far less than I needed for the day. The Wednesday activity is working closely with the students on a project simulation. Not the type of day where I can just relax and not be engaged. I am not a caffeine drinker, but did make sure I had some at various points to keep my energy level at a normal level. Three coaches were ...
... woman has to stand for hours in line at the well to ultimately gather only half as much water as the family actually needs. This causes multiple problems. The first is that the women are unable to look for employment since the majority of their day is spent waiting for water. The second problem is that since they are unable to get enough clean water to use and are forced to recycle the water they use to clean their clothes. This recycled ...
... him. He said that we were wrong and owed him 10 rs each. Ugh. The struggle. We tried to argue it but wound up giving him 40 rs and walked away.
We walked into a store that looked pretty, but wasn't the one we intended on going to. We perused around the main floor and didn't see much of what we were looking for. We wanted sparkly, we wanted statement!
We went upstairs and found things that were more in the range of what we wanted. Two issues going on now. ...
... and was falling into a deeper sleep with every word I attempted to read.
We told ourselves that today we wouldn't nap! We really need to work on trying to regulate our sleep schedule. I decided if I moved out of the sun maybe I wouldn't fall asleep as easily. I moved onto a chair and Jacci soon followed. The second I looked over at her her eyes were shut. If she can do it so can I! Hello naptime! ...
... and our host family is simply amazing- the kindest words in the world would fail to describe them.
Tessa and I are taking yet another overnight bus in a few hours, but we are now heading to Goa! We will be meeting the boys there for what is sure to be an epic time. After all the craziness of the past 48 hours, I am welcoming lazy time on the beach, and perhaps another form of ...