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... blown by their culture and lifestyle.
Amelia: Varanasi, people there value their own religion, culture, and customs so much, I could see it in their city.
Emily: Jodhpur, I could experienced first-handed what is it like being part of their culture, traditions.
Jasi: Jodhpur, I could see people in their true colors and how they involved us in their culture, festival.
2. What is your most favorite activity and why?
... who thought we were a really big deal. The boys were kind of annoying and kept asking our names and just being annoying little boys in general, but the girls were nice and taught us the chant:
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Rama
(this chant was played continuously through the loudspeakers to a really catchy tune and has been stuck in my head off and on since)
We have just finished our first, and for now, last day in Delhi as we fly to Veranasa tomorrow morning. Once more, all expectations have been proved wrong. Just a few beggars, no elephants, no cows, no overpowering smells - just lots of people going about their business by every means of transport known to man. People of this city believe, it seems, that you go faster if you peep your horn - a constant cacophony rings in your ears without relief from dawn till way after ...
... back. Naturally as the flags come past the rest of the crowd goes crazy at the site of the moving national flag.
After some more dancing and waving of the flags the soldiers arrive and start marching 2 by 2 towards the gate, raising their legs as high as they can and then stopping once they are face to face with their Pakistani counterparts.
After 2 hours of parading the gates swing open and, after a lot of rope tightening and foot ...
... jump all the time. A blatantly long queue, you'll
reach the front and then people will just turn up at the counter
either side of you and put their money through the hatch first to get
their tickets, what a cheek! Difficult not to get ruffled when we're
so accustomed to waiting so politely in line! So long as you shout
the loudest you'll get your ticket first (damn straight!). Also women
don't have to queue apparently and there are even separate ladies
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