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I have been feeling much better this week and starting to really feel at home at Delek Hospital. My birthday on Tuesday was really special, I woke up to a present of a towel and chocolate from Erin and Gwen (part one of my present according to the lovely note!). My supervisor allowed me to take the morning off to go to the Dalai Lama teachings at the temple. Even after reading up on what to bring (a cushion to sit on, a cup for tea), it wasn't until I got there and registered ...
... and joined other volunteers picking up rubbish for a morning. McLeod is, ironically, by far the cleanest place any of us has seen in India and do it felt a bit crazy doing it there but you are where you are I guess. After complaining bitterly about the amount of rubbish and the blight that it is, it felt good to do something about it. Even though McLeod seemed clean in comparison to the rest of India we must have filled a good 15-20 bin liners in just ...
... 39;Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal;">Ugh! Well, luckily, I had tools and a small pump. I pumped it up a bit, and nursed the bike about 15 km down the road to where I found a miracle - in the middle of nowhere - a tire fixing tent!!
... a dozen or so women hike down the steep and rocky mountain trail, with at least 100 lbs bulky bundle of grass roped to their back.
The next harvest is wood. Most all homes are heated with a small wood burning stove which drives people, illegally again, into the forest with ax in hand to down a tree. They will hack away until well after dark settles. Both men and women with large conical wicker baskets on their back, a single rope over the top of their head carry ...
... being but the realisation that the ’extra’ skewer I chucked in the bin during an attempt at weight saving in Tashkent was not superfluous but actually a rather important part of the trailer which carries half our kit. Bugger was not the only word that passed my lips but yet again luck was on our side and a shop who sold primarily cricket bats and shuttle cocks, by some small miracle, had a spare in stock. Feeling that we had better visit a temple to ensure ...