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... of the site, his rooms have been preserved and there is a large exhibition dedicated to his life and work with many photographs and some original documents. It was all very interesting and I found it much more engrossing than I thought I would. Certainly the rooms, the photographic exhibits and Gandhi’s letter to Adolf Hitler were fascinating. At the bookshop I treated myself to a biography, something I had been meaning to read for ...
... I cannot say it enough: I will miss India. I may be leaving for now, but this experience will always be in my heart, mind, body, and soul. I will be back, that is for sure. When? I do not know. But I will never be too far from my second home. India will always be a part of me, and I will always be a part of it.
Tonight, I experienced the first "last" in India. Tonight we went to "Havmor Restaurant" for the last time. I had ...
... it can even be considered as). So, I sought out Niraj and asked him to teach me how to order tea in Gujarati. He taught me that large in the language is "moti" and that small is "nanu." Therefore, to order "one large tea," you would say, "ek moti chai." From that point forward, I only order in Gujarati. After my little language lesson, I headed into studio to come up with a new studio design, as I was quite stuck when it came to housing for the hospitality campus. I ran a few ...
... Dubai visa was on my Pakistani passport). He looked at me blankly and said, "Hmmmm, I'm going to have to talk to immigration about this." The immigration guy comes through and tells me that I'm not allowed to fly from Ahmedabad, only Delhi, Mumbai or Chennai being a "person of Pakistani origin". I told him I'm a Canadian who entered and who is exiting on a Canadian passport. He ...
... and conversation rather than instructing them of facts.
Then in the afternoon on Tuesday began day 1 of 3 of me registering to be here in India. If you are going to be in India for more than 6 months, you need to register with the government as to why. So one of new friends/another teacher came with me to the police commissioners office on the other side of town where we found out that we not only were missing several forms, but the ones ...