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... Apparently I was not the only visitor as Prime Minister Modi was also back in his hometown and consequently all the city’s accommodation was fully booked. Luckily Jagdesh offered me his spare room in his house or his homestay.
When we met I must have looked awful, another sleepless bus journey, so he took me back to his home, saying “I should get a morning sleep, before the appointment”. He lived slap bang in the centre ...
... around a small common area, much like a central square in a western city but on a smaller scale. Every pol was entered via one or more gates (many included rooms above that would have housed a security guard) or even by secret passageways to allow quick, quiet exit in case of emergencies. Each one also seemed to foster a sense of community, akin to a big family, with everyone pitching in to keep the ...
... I asked them what they thought of the blog post that I put up the day before, they told me that they were not able to look at it, seeing as my Dad had worked late and my Mom was helping my Aunt all day. Even though I put all the effort into making sure that I could post it before I Skyped them, I understood and instead showed them all of the photographs that I had taken up to that point. They enjoyed them a lot and were glad that they were able to get the story along with the ...
... t hali.jpg). Enough food was served to all of us that it could feed all of India.
Sixth Day in India – January 12, 2013
This morning was by far the most exciting / thrilling / terrifying. Right as I sat down at breakfast with everyone, a monkey jumped from the ledge of the rooftop onto a table right next to Ann and I and then back onto another table. It was so close to me that I freaked out. That was the first time that I was actually scared of ...
... and the more we were nearing the site, though we were not sure of the route and had to stop at few crossings to ask for directions still we knew that we were nearing the spot…how? The chirruping of the birds told us. The road was getting narrow, yet the fun was to cruise slowly behind a bullock cart, or a tractor. It's not bad to slow down a while.
Finally when we spotted the board "Thol Bird Sanctuary" we thought that we have reached but ...