Smart Inn Pune
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She has been feeding me loooooooads, very lovely food, but much more than I usually eat... I'm gonna have to really work hard in that gym! Yesterday we were watching a bollywood version of strictly come dancing, it looked so much more fun!
My tablet currently is not liking the WiFi, so again, I will have to add pics later and send a proper update soon.
I can hardly believe I'm ...
... at the
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 ...
... That night we accidentally ended up at the least Indian restaurant possible and had our first encounter with India's crazy tax system. Our meal was taxed in 9 different ways (!) including an 'education tax', a 'pastry tax' and an 'educational pastry tax'. We're keen to meet the children whose schooling is paid for by our brownies... The next day we were whisked off to Polly's Uncle's amazing house. To celebrate Easter we went to a little local church service in ...
... Resort (lake was dried up), we headed into the town to be greeted by madness which made Bombay look like the Lake District. The general traffic, pollution and crowds in the town was indescribable, so I don’t think I’ll try. In the middle of this, Katja’s flip flop gave way, so she was now a shoeless, 6 foot tall, blonde German wandering about in the Indian Countryside. Some genius improvisation on my part with a paper clip ensured we made it to a shoe seller and ...
... for all out combat with a beer bottle (oh the tales our minds weave when one is in the middle of nowhere India…this story only emerged over coffee a day after their safe return and told in a way that did not represent the utter fear that my poor friends must have harbored in the moment. With a laugh both Anne and Erin shared their escape plans and we all rolled on the floor in laughter adding more memories to our long list of "living in India" ...