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... with no problems. Xxx
For us the lasting impression of india is the lovely smiling, friendly and colourful people.
Sitting waiting for our flight out of delhi. Looking forward to a champagne and some decent wine.
See you all soon.
Granny n pa, Ann n jeff etc.
Robert hope you r still OK for Sunday. Plane lands 7.00am should be out by 7.45.
... train said is was our train but we were miles from the right carriage and it was packed so we waited for the next stop which can sometimes be hours away but luckily was 10mins in this case and jumped off and ran up the train. Our carriage did have the correct train number on it and I figured out the train splits hence having multiple train numbers depending on the carriage. The train was packed, not an inch to stand and our seats were occupied, everywhere was occupied. We managed ...
... photos of you that bother me.
Close by were the ever present chapatti dogs. These are the most healthy looking street dogs you will find. They just hang out sleeping on the floor near chapatti vendors and eating the leftover bread. Fine things chapatti dogs, they make me happy when I see them.
Next thing you know the driver is beeping his horn and it's time to move on. We got back on the bus which feels hotter than ever, now that we've had the chance to ...
I was counting down the days to see my little girl, and then her flight was cancelled!
She was booked for Taipei to Delhi, changing planes in Guangzhou, and a few hours before we were due to meet her, she emailed that her second flight was cancelled, she was stuck in China, and didn't know yet how she'd get to meet us.
It all worked out. China Southern Airlines put her in a hotel, with a flight 12 ...
... from this station into inner and outer ring roads fronted by endless lines of international brands. A kind of western modern oasis of boutiques and restaurants, frequented by both the affluent and homeless. At least the walkways were properly paved...well almost anyway. Chai walas roaming and calling out, making sure shoppers always have access to hot masala teas. Ice cream kiosks and Indian snack stalls vying for your rupees...One plus point for me that came ...