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... Anand Karaj, I couldn’t really stick with Panthratan because we also had to leave. So I quickly ate lunch, said my goodbyes to everybody, changed into casual clothes, and we left the Pindh for our next stop: Chandigarh.
While we were driving to Chandigarh, we drove through the busy streets of Ludhiana and encountered some traffic. I noticed on the highway to Chandigarh that drivers didn’t follow the rules. For example, if the bus went into the opposite traffic ...
... are the marrowless mutton bones and a pile of whole spices.
Therese is into her second glass of surprisingly agreeable Indian Sauvignon and we are looking forward to a better nights sleep than Delhi. At about midnight our eyes close as soon as our heads touch the pillow.
Woken from deep sleep at 5.30 by the sound of a priests mantra being relayed through loudspeakers and the banging of drums.Open the curtains to see a massive temple about ¼ mile in front of us. ...
... everyone else. The staff come around and slop dal and rice all over your plate and throw chowpattis at you... similar to prison, but with an Indian twist. It was a bit of a laugh and pretty good grub, for free.
When you're done you drop off your plate and cutlery to be washed by the gang of workers, so any time you're within about a 5km radius you hear this cacophany (word of the day) of ...
... the lack of support from anybody, and position I was put in.
I told everybody that I was going back to Canada a week before I had to leave. Everybody was pretty shocked since it was without warning. Mani and Ranjit's family were devastated, and I was truly sad to leave them. They had been so amazing to me, and a source of happiness and love. Jinder on the other hand was likely positively elated. She invited me over for a going ...
I don't even know where to start. This was really the beginning of where everything went wrong. It can be broken down into two parts though, the first would be my lovely host family, and the second, my internship. Given that they overlap, I'll start with the internship bit.
So as I said, I traveled thousands of kilometers, spent thousands of dollars, and took a huge risk to come to India to work on women's empowerment and environmental programs. Now imagine my displeasure when ...