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... India. It was a lot to digest in the two hour tour and was fascinating. More so after my visits to Kutch to the contemporary work. This was excellent and well worth the wait.
Jagdesh and I had dinner in the kitchen that evening and I was asleep early. The next day we were up late - a welcome sleep in and off a stroll around Ahmedabad to view the old streets, havelis, people and the preparations for the Kite Festival, taking place the following ...
We volunteered at, Seva Cafe, a local restaurant / kitchen and I got food poisoning (hopefully for the last time).
Friday / 3 Days
Okki and I archived / documented / photographed our models in the sand at CEPT.
I started to pack up my room for the travel home.
Our group went to "Agashiye" for our goodbye / last dinner.
Saturday / 2 Days
Our group had goodbye / last breakfast on ...
... were at the market. What was even crazier was that David told us that when they went on a weekend, it was even busier! (If it had been busier, I would have had a panic attack.) I was feeling claustrophobic just standing there taking the first few photos, let alone when we started walking around. After walking around for 20 or so minutes, it became clear that this marked sold everything! Vendors were selling objects from rugs, to paper goods, to undergarments. ...
... anyone else when we got there. So we waited at the entrance for 20 minutes, expecting 10 others to show up. While we were waiting, for the first time, people took photos of us without permission and then with us. It was the first time that I really felt like I stood out. (Little did I know, the day was going to be filled with this feeling and these photo sessions.) When the rest of the group did not show up, we went inside. Right away, we were flooded by people ...
... 8217;t go far, but come back then. Really? So we got some lunch down the street then came back to hang out until 13:30. When we got back we recognized - and were recognized by - one of the Korean families at the school apparently the three girls (7th grade, 6th grade and KG - kindergarden) have interviews the same day so we wound up chatting with their Aunt - whom they are living with here in India - until all of our names were called at ...