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Today we went witnessing with Jono, Angie and Josiah. The group wasn't until 10am and it's weird because they don't have a proper field service group they just meet up on the territory that gets texted to them and you say your own prayer in the car. I ended up working with Angie for the morning. We then headed to their favourite cafe for morning tea and had some yummy food. We then headed home for a relaxing afternoon of ...
... we wouldn't have enough time and it was very hazy. The climb was all over rocks and quite hard so we opted to just check out the bottom of it and then take the scenic walk back to our car. We ended up walking along the coast and past some little cove beaches and then through paddocks with sheep everywhere! I've never jumped so many fences in my life. By the end of it we were exhausted, by this time is was only Ron, Jono and I ...
... world? Big question, if not a long one! But a good question nonetheless. Why not?! I have nothing to run away from so that bit was easy to answer. But escape....now there's a thought :-) I predict that, although I will enjoy this experience, I will understand and begin to appreciate the brilliance and freedom we experience in the UK compared to other countries even though we take it for ...
... t disappoint. Sometimes in life you build things up in your mind and get let down, but India exceeded all my expectations - I laughed a lot, I cried too, I was horrified, disgusted, humbled, welcomed, safe, happy, intrigued, fascinated, content, well fed, ripped off, looked after - you name it I either felt it, saw it or did it. Raju was a major part in my trip and I was glad I had him. He was an absolute peach. He kept me safe but let me carry on and do my own thing if I wanted, ...
... time lit by moonlight, so I hope to go back to see that too.
- Day 4,5,6. Jaipur. I have a driver meeting me at Agra for the next 7/8 days to see Rajasthan.
When Raju picks me up we will make our way to Jaipur, en-route we are stopping at Agra Bear Rescue centre. It is a sanctuary for rescued dancing sloth bears. Slowly, but surely, people are being educated and acknowledging that dancing bears are not nice ...