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After the show we had one last experience with Delhi late night traffic and we learned that one reason traffic is so bad is because somewhere between three and four million people commute into the city every single day for work. That means that the entire population of the state of Iowa packs into cars, rickshaws, scooters, motorcycles and the metro every day in and out of Delhi. Amazing! As we sat listening to the cacophony of horns going ...
... will send across a message that you are competent of being a team player and it enhance your interpersonal skills of dealing with people with different mindset.
So, there are plenty of things you will learn while volunteering abroad and the most important think would be having fun while away from home. Travel with an open heart and I am sure you will have a lifetime experience while you will never forget.
... Alex decided that anywhere we wanted to cross a street was a cross walk. Mary didn't agree with this but was dragged screaming across several streets. The natives were impressed with Alex's leadership and Mary's voice! We did cross one busy street using the subway stairs (thanks, Alex) and then took our life into our own hands as we crossed where cars were stopped, waiting to merge. ( Again, guess who is to ...
... along the tree lined avenues; BMWs parked outside to match the obvious wealth of the owners. Our hotel, The Maidens Hotel, felt like blatant luxury too. A huge crystal chandelier hung from a double height space, centred over a grand sweeping staircase. At an extortionate 325 rupees for a very small cup of tea (around £4.00), you can guess what sort of establishment it is. But anyway... On to the sites... Our first port of call was Dilli Haat, nearest metro station INA. I ...
... were found guilty of rape and murder and three days later were sentenced to death by hanging."
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