Settling down

My second week in Pune, India has started. Every morning at about 10 am I am kindly taken to Bapu office by Hari. I have regular meetings with Bapu director and trustee Bhargavi, and with my colleague Elizabeth who is coordinating my programme in India. After 5 pm I leave for home, rest, do some more work, walk in the neighbourhood, do small shoppings, enjoying the horns of the motor-bikes, cars, buses.

The streets are very different from our European and North American ones. The difference lies in the everywhere presence of animals and auto-rickshaws (see photo).

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