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... and mixed veg for lunch and chapatti with spinach for dinner, we ate more spinach in 4 days then Popeye could have eaten in his life. All the meals were eaten in our bedroom sat round a little table, its common here to not have a dining room or sitting area but spend time in the bedrooms.
On the second day we woke at 6am and had a day at high school with the 3 kids. There were lots of confused faces as we boarded the school bus in the morning. They attended a ...
... able to hold off Sri Lanka early in their overs, around the 46th over, Sri Lanka exploded, going from 190's to 275 by the 50th over. Now I am pretty sure this means absolutely nothing to most of you, so let's explain some basics. The game starts like most, with a coin toss. Sri Lanka won this and elected to bat first. Now, a wicket is like an out and this can be done one of several ways, catching a batted ball, catching a deflected ball, hitting a wicket on a ...
... in my village, but there was nobody to help. So Mani said he would talk to Mr. B with Jinder, and make a plan. The plan was that Jinder was supposed to help me, but she never did, so I had to contact Mr. B myself and tell him that I needed help or nothing would ever happen.
Two weeks later, Mr. B got his act together and said he would come to Naryala and introduce me to people at the school himself. He made good on his word and he showed me and Michael around, and ...
... expenses, and my organization paid for them instead.
I had long suspected that Jinder didn't really like me. I can understand to some extent given that in the beginning I was suffering from huge culture shock, plus I was very unhappy about being separated from all of the other interns, and being forced to work on a project I didn't agree with. The other intern I lived with was not somebody I got along with. He would spend the whole time working, and would argue with ...
... a Punjabi suit, as well as toilet paper. Unfortunately there aren't really any ready made clothes in the towns for women as women only wear Punjabi suits. But most men, except for the elderly ones, wear westernized clothes.
While the purchasing of the fabric was relatively easy, the whole getting the suits made thing was surprisingly time consuming. I took my fabric into the tailor in Sotla, and she said they ...