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... Run started at around 0615h at dawn break, with participants of HM, 10.5km and 5km being released together.
I deliberately started very slowly for the initial one km which was a decent incline for a race to start. After the first km the route turned to a dirt track for another km and everybody was still chatting and jogging. That is when I introduced myself to E2, one of the organizers at KTM-13. At this point I came across a runner who had run 100km ...
... it's not recommended for girls to go alone, so it took us quite a while to split up in a logical and safe way in the different tuk-tuks. I ended up with Bennie and we haggled out a good price of 1.5 times the meter price, which would have ended up in 120-130 rupees or maybe 150 if the driver did an extra circle around to get more money. Sanna, Hector and Antje were in the other rikshaw and the two drivers did a few tricks to earn some more, but I think we would have ...
... strength, money and time. Walking will be more enjoyable though, bus will be faster. The bus will take 50 rupees per head. The same bus is shuttling between Sangam and Mekedatu. The frequency depends on the availability of people.
The picture below is the point at Mekedatu where people sell water, lemon drinks and butter milks. The sign board warns you to be careful as this is ...
... only cause more congestion and pushing to get through first. They have a country where vehicles crossing from one state to the next have to stop and pay an entry tax, and all goods transported across borders is again taxed. They are struggling to be a country, and still seem divided into their individual states interests with a common national government.
The extent of modern-day Indian cities, with fallen down thatch roof shops ...
... displayed the mangled coin that took the full impact of the bullet which otherwise would have pierced his chest.
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