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... We asked for directions outside and a man pointed us to a huge old decrepit building that didn't look 'rebuilt'. The man then followed us everywhere obviously assuming he was now our tour guide and the possibility that we might give him some money. Inside the large building was not a market but basically a slaughter house. That stunk of rotting flesh. Carcasses hung from the rafters and pieces of raw meat was strewn wherever there was a surface. It was warm and ...
... stopped and shyly one man asked "do you speak Hindi?" After an embarrassed no from us, they carried on their animated chat, obviously finding everything about us hilarious.Mark had found himself clean shaven and was offered a massage, an offer he couldn't refuse. After beating beaten about the head and had every joint from the neck to the waist cracked we thought we were winding down.. "Face-wash Sir?" So again Marks face was lathered up, and a ...
... gotten to know and the hands that she has known all along. I spent that night beside her and away from my normal post at the end of the room between the computer and the babies because whenever I got up to leave she’d reach out to find me again and I couldn’t bear to see her arms find nobody there. I could easily spend every minute of the day fulfilling Sono’s desire for new discoveries. That would be a day ...
... as an elevator is being installed in the near future! How cool is that!
I will admit, this internship is going to be tougher and easier than most other internships. One, it is pretty much directed by me. I am pretty much given free rein when it comes to my hours and activities. That being said, a general internship, at least a full-time one, has the intern perhaps going to work 40 hours a week. From 9-5 Monday ...
... walk trying to get to the train station which involved walking through endless slum areas, over train tracks, through ghats at the river and then taking a ferry across the main river. Once in the train station we were hit with a maze of confusion, millions of people running each way, every way carry everything, everywhere. We eventually found the advanced purchase ticket counter only to find that the train we needed to catch on the coming Monday was sold out weeks ago, this ...