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In the hood

March 12, 2005

I have arrived safely in Delhi and my students and I are playing a little game in which we hit the streets rather intensively and then find little havens in all different forms to come back to our senses. The streets here are LAUNCH pads, and you need a place, a peace, to come down every now and again. For our little group of 6, the time limit seems to be 45 minutes per jaunt. But we’ve been exceeding this quite a bit.

Tomorrow I’ll try to find an internet cafe where I can upload some of the amazing images. Finding such a place is proving difficult, we may have to resort to moblogging with telephone. Poo.

debra at 15:40 | | post to

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  1. Nowadays every indian city has a Reliance Webworld outlet. Talking about INFRA: Reliance plans to connect thousands of Indian villages to the WWW. That what I call progress. Reliance should be guest of honour at DoorsEast Delhi.
    Go to Reliance Webworld: fast connection…and you have your own account, which can be activated at all Reliance Webworld branches on the Indian subcontinent.
    Here are the Delhi branches:

    ;) rvt

    Comment by ronald — March 15, 2005 @ 8:04

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