Ladakh continued to be wonderful, and I miss it very much now. Maybe not everyone should go there because that wouldn´t preserve its natural beauty. After doing my interviews, I realized how much the tourism is hurting the region. Too bad. But maybe I´ll go back to volunteer for an NGO, and then I´ll feel better about it. No indoor plumbing would be a start to making it better.
Sarah and I spent an entire day together yesterday with all our stuff (so, basically, immobile), so we ended up talking a whole lot, which is one reason I miss her all the more acutely tonight. We also spent our time compiling a list of quotes, which I will update shortly (we agreed they belong on all our blogs, so once Alex has his say, we´ll have a full collection of quotes). I would put them up now, but my computer can´t get online. I´m using Jenny´s roommate´s computer, and it´s in Spanish, which is confusing. But look what I can do!
ç ¿what the hell did you just say to me? ¡I said to go f yourself!
This is actually a sample conversation between me and my rickshaw driver a few days ago. I was so angry. I was so angry, I cursed to a person. Who deserved it, no question, but what of it?
Today I went to a ladies´s beauty parlor down the street from Jenny´s and got a manicure and pedicure for just a few dollars. Amazing, yes, and it was so nice to have clean feet for the five minutes between the end of the pedicure and the start of the walk home. Feet do not stay clean here.
Well, that´s all I have for now. I´m going to start updating really detailed accounts of my days in my ¨Studies¨ blog, so those who are stalking me, or mom (the only people I can think who might have interest in this) can read it there. None for now because my own computer won´t go online, as I said. I´m tired from a party so I´m going to sleep now.