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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with each other - they will quite happy play fight (including old men!) but at the same time it's completely normal for people to look after each other's children on a bus, guys to walk around hand in hand, people to be right in each other's personal space at all times! In fact, whilst on the subject, personal space on buses and trains is just non-existent! As many people as the bus will physically hold will squash in. But then an amazing thing ...
... news of his good work was spreading around the web, he springs to action, telling us that “if there is anything we need, anything at all, please don't hesitate to ask”. All in all, there was nothing Rajesh wouldn't do to help make our stay a great one. Ordering cabs for us in the streets, exchanging money outside of the hotel to get us a better rate, and even walking us a couple blocks at night to show us the good places to eat. He even took my trusty day ...
... Small children also continually came up to us with their hands outstretched, which was heartbreaking. The vendors took little notice of Lucy and I trying to decline their services, but Victor only had to say something along the lines of 'we just want to stand here and enjoy the sun' and we were left alone. Lucy did cave to a henna tattoo from a gorgeous young girl who drove a hard bargain and got 200 rupee out of her, (we later got offered a tattoo ...
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... is where the true poverty exists. The men here come alone from the desperate rural villages, hoping they can earn enough money to send back to their wives and children so they can survive. They sleep in the shacks where they work and the work here is horrendously toxic, either sorting recycling and grinding down plastic or melting down metals to make recycled Aluminium. They breath in the metal and plastic dust associated with these processes every day.