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The last couple of days I've been getting orientated, sorting out my new Indian phone no (i'll add on facebook) and searching for malaria prevention... Savitri is a doctor and worked as a GP for many years in London, so she was surprised when I told her I had no tablets for the areas of India I plan to be... So far I haven't even seen a mosquito, but they are pretty dangerous round ...
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Paper store, oh and of course my wonderful teachers from the AIIS institute:
Sujata, Shushima, Saroche, Supriya, Chantanu, Meenal. And not to
mention the countless wonderful people all along FC road at Shrishti and
the two clothing stores by The Chai. These are all wonderful wonderful people
who have made me feel safe and happy and involved here in India and without
them I would have crumbled. I love and
thank them ...
... so in theory we could be on some sort of terrorist recon mission. I was only too happy to get away from that place and head to a bar in Colaba for a chilled breakfast and a coffee.
The same afternoon we headed to Lonavala, one of the hill stations about 90km outside of Bombay. We thought we were going to get out of the city to the ‘calm’ of the hills. Wrong. After taking an interesting train ride (were given bunk beds for a 2 hour journey) and stopping off at the ...
... let me go back to the weeks prior to mango ripening when Anne and Erin visited. Moments before boarding their flight to India, I called to say our vacation would be slightly altered an account of having just stepped on a glass and cut my foot so badly I had to go to emergency room to get 4 stitches. It had been a really hot day, I was a little out of it, feeling dehydrated and about to take a nap when the incident happened. When taking a nap one tries to wear ...
... I see you next). The second (and much more mainstream) site I visited was the Gandhi National Memorial at Aga Kahn’s Palace. This is where Mahatma and other prominent nationalist leaders were interned by the British for two years following the ‘Quit India’ campaign in 1942. His wife and his trusted secretary both passed away while interned here too, and it is also the final resting place of his ashes. Very ...
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