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China’s emerging economy, Clinton’s politics in Palestine and the overpopulation in India. He said there is one problem in India: “Indian people reproduce like rabbits.” The train pulled into Hyderabad station early the next day, and a mob of taxis and auto-rickshaw drivers were already competing for fares. They fought to take me to the hotel and I had to elbow myself out of the way. I walked across the street and hopped on a bicycle rickshaw instead. The road to Banjara Hill that led up to the Krishna Hotel was steep, and I had to get off the cab to help push. I told the rickshaw walla I would double the fare if he let me pedal the rest of the way. He agreed to it. I pedaled my way to the hotel entrance, much to the surprise of the hotel staff. The doorman borrowed my camera and snapped a picture. At the hotel I picked up a copy of The Times

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Groove Korea January 2014  

Groove is Korea's English magazine for Insight, Travel, Culture, Dining and Shopping

Groove Korea January 2014  

Groove is Korea's English magazine for Insight, Travel, Culture, Dining and Shopping

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