Sure has a vacuum cleaner. A simple canister type. But it wasn’t working, the plug needed to be rewired. So I fixed it and brought it home. The neighbours saw me with it on the back of my motorcycle and gathered round to inspect this device. They had never seen one. They didn’t know what it did. So being the great vacuum salesman that I am I proceeded to demonstrate how it worked to my neighbours. I wonder what they think of me.
I was invited to the one year birthday of Khartik, son of Ganesh from work. At the event I was told that a woman wanted to meet me. Oh good I thought, someone to talk to who hopefully speaks English. This was the case and
On the way to the church I had just turned the corner of my street when some local boys stopped me. I don’t usually stop for these kids and I don’t know why I did so then. But they tried to get on the bike and started pawing me and it took a while to get them away so I could safely drive off. Cutting to the chase, when I got home that evening I discovered my Leatherman multi-tool was not in my belt holder. I suspect, strongly, one of the boys lifted it from me then. I have put up a poster offering a 100 rupee reward, but so far no luck.
Still waiting for a reply for my application to do a year with VSO in
I bought a book at the airport when I went to Kerala to meet with
Kerala was a lot of fun. In the short week there I got to know
Anyone can carry on a conversation but it’s rare to find someone who can carry on a silence.
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