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... of the family. Massey couldnt get the hang of saying Colette so I was soon given a new name, for the rest of the stay I answered to Kulvina. Not before long I renamed the kids Ramen, Raju and Navinda as Rachel, Rebecca and Nick. It definitely broke the ice between us all!
Their house was beautiful, with 7 rooms downstairs and 5 rooms upstairs, including 2 roof top terraces and a garden full of freshly grown vegetables. Our bedroom had a big cabinet of family ...
It is april 3 and we are sitting on a train bound for delhi but an update is necessary regarding yesterdays historic day! Yesterday, we returned from McLeod Ganj to Jalandhar just in time for the start of the world cup of cricket finals pitting India versus Sri Lanka. India had not won the cup since 1983 and the country shut down as everyone stopped to cheer on their pride and joy. India's cricket team did not disappoint. We (Ricky) had really gotten into the ...
... Cinderella in the form of my brother's wife to do all of the cooking and cleaning like her.
Finally all of the interns arrived and there were 4 of us living in my village, along with 2 in Mani's village. Mani needs an introduction here. He became another social entrepreneur with Harjit and Harjinder, but he wasn't like them. He was friends with Harjit, but he was a really great guy. His heart was in the right place, and while Jinder reduced me to tears on a frequent ...
... us. We were on our own in Naryala. Depending on the social entrepreneurs created huge difficulties for me as I didn't agree with their expectations for the language school, and I was put in an extremely awkward position. How could I disagree with them or assert myself if I was completely dependent on them for anything I needed?
What's worse, is that they were supposed to be covering the costs of our living expenses. We would buy our own food, and miscellaneous other ...
... be living in another, far away village, Naryala, and that I would be setting up a language school. At first I was just like ooook, whatever. I was told I would only have to do it for a month, and then I would get support to work on whatever I wanted. Little did I know what I was getting myself into.
For the time being though, I had much bigger worries. In my efforts to pack light, I had only brought 3 t-shirts ...