Silence. Eloquence. Everything in between.
A photo essay based on pics from my Nigeria stint below-
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Posted in Travel on September 19, 2009
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Surya, thanks for sharing these photos. Some photos reminded me of Kerala. As a foreigner, what was your experience working in Nigeria? Would love to hear.
Lets just say that’s one helluva experience. Probably warrants a blog post all on its own..
Thanks for commenting on my blog (first person present tense) two weeks ago. Just wanted to let you know that I incorporated some of your comments into a new post. Drop by when you get the chance!
Like Shamly, I too am curious to hear about your experience there. I liked the photographs very much. One picture had a man selling a lot of clothes. Is it used clothing ? There are a lot of used clothing loan requests from Nigeria on Kiva. I am told it is a popular business there.
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Silence is what you hear
Yet pregnant is the quiescence
It’s what this makes you ponder
That makes this silence eloquence.
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