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... in India. The food was pretty cheap as well as pretty good, which is also a big reason why we kept coming back here. In fact they would give Eric the internet password the night before (they constantly changed the password) so that he could set up early in the morning to stream whatever sports game/draft event he wanted from the laptop. These guys were extremely nice to me, allowing me to wake up early ...
... spotted him in town with the bike. Mirrors and helmet holder were removed. He had put on a new seat cover and cleaned it up nicely. He looked proudly cool on his new ride.
Over a nice lunch of Mexican chicken fajitas, we met Chico and Ellie from GB. They are avid bird watchers and they helped us identify some birds we had seen like the brown kite with its white head like American eagle.
Ellie and Chico ...
... to be asleep when we got there.
Anyway, out the plane was an escalator. I thought it'd just be quicker to fold the stroller and carry Zach up, instead of waiting for some airport personnel to take us to the closest elevator. We met some long lost friends of Edna in the flight and her kid was in a wheelchair waiting to the wheeled to the nearest one, I guess. At the top of the escalator was an Asian woman holding a board with our names on it. Zane ...
... for us, but going back into the mixer is going to require a different skill-set. One that we may have forgotten about when we first heard the waves in Kerala. Calmness traded in for chaos, and blue seas swapped for a blur of colour: and the exciting feeling of unfamiliarity again. The old Bombay awaits, and with it a feeling of sadness that we will soon be saying goodbye to this immense country. A million experiences all under one roof, something that will be a tough act to ...
... s five or six qutab minars! We decided we will spend more time at Gokarn instead. The drive to Gokarn was great. It winded around green mountains, with some spectacular views of the ocean. Shortly before we hit Gokarn, the view into kudli beach was amazing. Om beach itself was a bit of a let down but had a few shacks. One that we visited first was run by a hippie who came here decades back and decided to stay on - there seem to be many of such settlers ...
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