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... is any chance for them to have upward mobility in Indian society, or are they doomed to repeat life on the street like their parents. It’s a very sad situation and something we will ask Amish to discuss on one of our long drives.
We ended our day with a visit to Qutab Minar, which is an Indo-Islamic archeological site. The dominant feature is a beautiful 234-foot tower that was constructed between 1199 and 1230. The area ...
... He's sincere and, because he is denying work habit hewn through years of attending heartlessness college (The Fightin' for Green), the words climb out of him slowly and unsteadily like turtles from a muddy lake. Steve, "Our score is settled, Akbar. We are square because the most unique tourist attraction you delivered, was you." Akbar totally gets it and rises slowly from his seat. He and Steve lock in a sincere hug. This is not the first time the two have hugged! Every ...
... drink for a day! Mumta lent us both a saree and we went with her, we were like a couple of Z list celebs with people wanting their pictures taken with us and dragging us up to dance Bhangra style at the end. We looked a right pair of idiots, as you can probably imagine, trying to not only dance Bhangra but to do it in a saree! On Friday we went to the Carmel Convent school show, the school that we help out in before we go to slum school in the mornings. The class of ...
... overwhelmed at what we had got ourselves into. We checked into our room and decided to just chill out for a bit and absorb everything that had happened. We had to meet our tour group at 6pm so decided to take a short nap. The hotel wasn't as bad as I had expected but was kind of like a share house. Indians occupied some floors as well as businesses for electronics and dry cleaning. The phone rang and woke us from our nap. It was our tour guide saying we had missed our 6pm ...
... At Delhi airport, went to the pre-paid taxi counter and sorted it out, then as I picked up my backpack and slung it over my shoulder it hit some idiot standing half a foot behind me and he had to take a few steps sideways to stop from falling over. He gave me a stare as if I’d done it on purpose, I said "my personal space, mate" and walked off.
Again the taxi driver didn’t know ...
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