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... kids providing them with aid, food and school fee’s from the profits of her work. Right now I’m trying to piece together a patchwork of what she said into a cohesive story that matches my own thinking about my life. The one thing she did say was that whatever you have done in the past doesn’t matter now, that I have this opportunity to live in a way that fills my heart, to remember everything I know, and whatever decisions I make about what to do after this trip, ...
... an hour.
Garbage was rampant as we started out. Many of the fields are water-laden. Even though I am a bit fed up with many, it cost nil to smile at locals. Roadside vendors offered a meagre supply of vegetables, not the types who could buy a new automobile fromt the shiny car dealerships. We were on NH 17.
Grain was dumped on the roadside and then bagged. We followed signs toward Panaji. Mumbai was a scant 609k away. Over the Zuami Bridge caught the ...
... us. The fort had an awesome view looking back down over the beach.
By now it was definitely lunch time and Sophy had recommended the Artjuna Cafe, which was a great idea. It's a cute garden cafe and shop with lots of homemade salads and sandwich's. We made the most of the food and WiFi and sat here for a while relaxing. The cafe is partnered with a little boutique shop, and we decided to buy Nushkie's birthday present from ...
... to leave out heavy experiences of India mainly because I don't want to put people off as it is such an amazing country and partly because I don't want mum reading about most of them!
I always prefer focussing on the positive of every place as each country has two sides of the same coin, but the trip to the airport before making it here I just have to write about....
With only two days left before my Indian visa expired, I had booked a flight from ...
... in the group. First we all sat down in a circle and took turns introducing ourselves. There were six Indian women and four volunteers. Looking at these women you can tell that they've been through some rough times, when they're not controlling their facial expressions the looks on some of their faces are very sad looking. After the introductions we did some stretches, and then some dancing. Some of the women participated wholly, others stood back a little bit. We then moved to ...