The Bagh Resort Bharatpur
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... he moves the rope so we can go all round the room. He also takes us off in to a couple of guest rooms which are locked and a room downstairs. In there, there is a huge wooden contraption with an enormous handle which two men turned. This blew air up in to the Maharaja's bedroom and was the next best thing to air conditioning. The guy has let us see things we would not have otherwise, so on the way out I give him a pound which is what we paid to get in ...
... that they're trying to throw at us. I have no idea what it is but I don't want to find out. On the way back we jump on a shared tuk-tuk with three Indians. After a couple of miles it becomes apparent that they all seem pretty wasted (including the driver who starts to swerve around a little). The guy sitting at the front produced a baseball bat and starts gently tapping the other tuk-tuks as we pass. The guy at the back start pestering me for a ...
... is. I don't feel inside what I see in the mirror; put up a reflection of me at 20 and that's what I feel like, that's how I still see myself in my mind's eye (and in my dreams). It's always a surprise to see photographs of myself, since that's not who I think I am.
This story is not about jealousy, but my reaction to unkindness, thoughtlessness, basically rude behavior and hurtful actions, all --not directed, since I seem ...
... boys (never women) are showing you what they have to sell. And I don't mean a discrete showing. They thrust it right in front of you, tell you the price, always astronomical, and then start a steady descent til they detect a spark of interest. And their radar is keen. If you don't want to be bothered there are a few rules: do not make eye contact; do not look at their wares; do NOT say "no thank you." This will only mark you as prey. I am the worst of our group ...
... is placed in a bank account where it usually earns around 9% interest per year and is held for the women for use after they can no longer work.
The cooperative also provides microloans for women who want to start their own business, with repayment of principal plus interest over a reasonable period of time. We were told that they have a 99.9% recovery rate of these loans.
As a result there are quite a few women of the village who now have a steady ...