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... Ray thought we might be able to cobble together by trip's end a photo of him. It would probably have no lingam, the ********.
Off we went into stretches of rural India. Bits of towns are never far away in a country of a billion people [Lucas suggested the idea of large families is becoming a social thing of the past, two kids the new normal].Corn and rice were the principal crops I could identify. Cows grazed where they could. There were some distant hills.
... is a marvelous sight with its splendid architectures. There are many sections within the temple which may be of interest to people with different needs. The surrounding shops are also full of variety selling stuff ranging from fruit juices, garments and pooja articles
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... have spent over a half an hour, and kept asking me something in Indian, I would nod 'yes', then he'd start cutting again! When I started to see the wood shavings falling, I told him 'no more', gave him the $2.00 and left, satisfied that I won't need a cut for two months! Fern also sat down and had her's trimmed, but she wasn't too impressed with the result.
Okay, early tomorrow we head out, further along the east coast!
... be used by a terrorist to set off a bomb. Phone cameras were permitted but my phone camera is no good. I didn't see any value in arguing the point that phone cameras also had flash and that the most common way to set off a bomb was with a cell phone..Oh well! that's India.
If you have the time please read the caption under the picture of the sad universal dog. We visited the palace a secular equivelant to the exuberance of the Meenashi ...
... above is one way – but sisters also take care of things like basic refraction, dispensing of medication and run the numerous drop-in Vision Centres across the state.
· The whole model relies on volume. So whilst 50% are free patients, 50% will pay at least a minimal amount. So to meet their mission to end needless blindness and do so sustainably they need high volume so they have to get out there and bring people to them. They do this ...