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... to Sumatra, and start some real travelling!
About 2 weeks in Sumatra. Hopefully meet some Orang-utans, and who knows, maybe even see some Sumatran tigers.
Finally about 3½ weeks in India. The plan is to head off from Delhi straight from the airport to Amritsar, in the Punjab, very close to the Pakistan border. This is the spiritual home of the Sikhs, as Varanasi is of the Hindus. We adored Varanasi, so plan to spend a few days here. Then ...
... hire jeep ($50 dollars per day) or just brave the crazy bus, deep in the malarial North West jungle on the border with Laos and China.
There's actually a slow bus that goes from Hanoi to China - could be cool, probably one for next time.
I'm going to the Vietnamese embassy tomorrow morning to pick up a specially written letter of introduction, that apparently orders people to help me with my project. Hopefully it'll come in handy.
The flight was relatively smooth and shorter at only 10 hours. No-one got any sleep so we asked the cabin crew for tips on beating jet lag. They advised us to go home and sleep for a couple of hours and then no matter how we felt force ourselves to get up and do stuff until 10pm and then go to bed as normal.
Our taxi driver was waiting for us and our bags came out quickly so at 12 noon ...
... of interaction with the crowd Murray doesn’t show a lot of emotion, which is difficult because all the crowd wants is for him to involve them. At one point he yelled out ‘CMON’ and the response almost blew the stadium over!! I believe all the speculations of him having no personally were diminished after he delivered an incredible speech after winning the championship. What a shame, I’ll have to stick with Prince Harry. I fear ...
... 8217;t speak the language and don’t know the customs’
Blokes travelling alone are okay, but the same rules apply, be aware where you are and who is around you, India is a MAN’s country, women still have very few rights regardless of what the law says
Try and find an Indian who is friendly and won’t look to rip you off or get a commission from anything you buy, and get him/her ...