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When I applied to come and work in India, I had got a bit bored of London. I wanted something new, exciting, thrilling and challenging. India, you have not let me down. Sometimes, I've hated it. When I'm just trying to go and buy a bottle of water and have to cross 8 lanes of traffic and come back having already sweated out twice the bottle's contents. When I've had to argue with about 10 taxi drivers before one reluctantly agrees to take me home at 3am. When I had to show ...
... was so proud and rightly so, this became more obvious as we entered through a narrow passage where two people could not pass, into the slum itself. This was a maze of narrow alleyways in all directions, people went about their normal business, children wanted their photos taken, everyone smiled and said hello. The thing that struck us most of all was how proud they were and how clean it was. Rahul introduced us to his Mother ...
... gates which were padlocked shut!!! The taxi driver jumped out and rattled the gates,shouted until they came down and unlocked them for us and let us in...they told us to sit by the computer on the floor as there was no rooms ready and to our horror the other three were not there and as we had got lost ourselves I instantly felt sick!!! After around twenty minutes we herd a car and jumped up to look out the window thank Christ is was them!!! ...
... there is no replacement of the feeling one gets from doing these in their natural habitat. So I decided I would do everything Indian I could possibly think off during the day while I was in India just so I could feel the true essence and joy of participating in them the right way.Then after doing a little surface tour of the city, visiting the touristy spots of Gateway of India, Dhobi Ghaat, some horse race track, Gandhi’s humble abode ...
... we have just completed a camel safari in Jalsimer, Rajasthan. It was a breath of fresh air to get away from the busy city-life and I needed something to laugh at- mark bopping about on a camel for a few hours. Ha! His poor camel was nakard or as mark would say 'hanging out'. We sat on the dunes to watch the sunset and marks camel was out for the count, long neck and head flat out on the sand! LOL.....Whilst mine was enjoying a nice chew (camels chew ALOT) just chilling on ...