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... for a railway ticket plus another problematic day trying to secure a permit for Arunachal Pradesh.
As the day drew on, Indian was throwing her best bureaucratic delaying tactics at me and I knew at one time I was endanger of loosing my cool, when my rickshaw driver, knowing that I had a few minutes to get to a bank before it closed, decided to stop and talk to a fellow auto rickshaw driver. Consequently I missed the bank and the ...
What I had thought was going to be a small shopping trip ends up being a spending fest, I only wanted to see a couple of things but I get taken from one section of the shop to another and even when I thought I was done I get dragged to look at more stuff, at first it seemed to be okay pricing but after working out the exchange rate the prices were way too high and when I decided to remove some of the items I was going to get he wasn't too happy although he was saying that he wanted ...
... general impressions. We first visited the Museum of British Oppression. It chronicled the struggle for Indian statehood with many pictorial references too. It was a Coles Notes' version of the freedom struggle.
The return metro ride was eventful. The entry area for men would not open. People do have a bad habit of not waiting their turn. When things finally were operational--in reality, the gates being thrown ...
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... was in town on business. Her former life as a pharmaceutical saleswoman, although it was filling her pockets, wasn't filling her soul. She now works with a U.S.-based company to develop healthcare reform in countries that need aid the most. The key factor here is sustainable development - not just coming in for a week, pointing out each flaw of the current system, and patting one's self on the back like so many charities that visit here with the best of intentions do. She and her ...