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... I had a paranta, and some sabji with rice. I think I went back to sleep and woke up when we were landing in Mumbai. When we got to Mumbai, we parked literally 20 feet from the terminal, but when we deplaned using the staircase, they forced us onto busses just so they could drive us 20 feet. When connecting domestically, we had to go through security screening again. The Mumbai Airport domestic terminal was pretty nice and new. We ended up walking around until we saw a place where ...
... knuckle ride later we are dropped off in a small town and wander up main street for a while. We share a delicious Samosa from a street vendor and as we walk we come across a supermarket in the real sense of the word.We decide to by a few toiletries & some provisions for tomorrows train journey.Clean and organised it resembles a Tesco metro in size and choice(no booze though) and another nice touch is the young lady the manager assigns to carry our basket and guide us around ...
... last year. I could not believe the coincidence. What were the odds that I would run into somebody from my graduating class in the middle of nowhere, India? It turned out that his father and uncle owned Ganesh. So he gave me some chai and sweets and we started talking about my experiences in India. I told him they hadn't been so great and that I was leaving but I had to figure out how to get to Delhi. He said that he would help me buy a train ticket ...
... it anymore. I got really angry at Indian men in general, how dare they stare at me like that all the time? I know that they say bad things about me too that I don't understand. And I know that they perceive white women as all being prostitutes. Sadly, I was treated that way, and even had a highly educated Indian man ask me if it was true that white women are all easy. Wow.
I also had an incident on the bus from my village to the city I worked in, Bhogpur. The village drunk ...
... and a functioning shower (albeit with cold water only). We were told that we couldn't drink the tap water here though, but that it was safe to drink the tap water at Jinder's house as they had a deeper well. In retrospect I probably never should have drunk that water either, but there was no bottled water in the village, and we didn't have a water filter.
Back to the language school. The idea was that my organization, EduCARE India, would partner with social ...