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... these two passwords to complete your registry with IRCTC
The only problem is that the second password will only be sent to a moblie with an India number. If you dont have a India Mobile the passowrd won’t appear on your mobile.To get around this you submit a scan of your passport, as well as your user id and passwords currently provided to the IRCTC customer support, and someone will email you back (in 24 to 72 hours later). They ...
... I acquire from the various places and tickets that I feel like keeping.
*3 bras (not pictured)
*7 pairs of underwear (not pictured) - I was really generous to myself here.
*white pullover sweater
*black light jacket
*black rain coat that folds into a square (pillow!)
*sleeveless athletic blue top (halter back)
*sleeveless athletic purple/pink top
*blue and green ...
... of summer today. Woke to a grey drizzly day with light showers but-when in Rome!!
Headed off to the Vancouver Art Gallery. The building is reminiscent of our own city hall having been built in the same depression years. Saw exhibitions of past and present Canadian Art. A pleasant way to spend a couple of hours while outside was so bleak. Marios Cafe "best coffee in town" provided an enjoyable pannini and good ...
Ended up muckin around until almost lunchtime. Andrew was home for his lunch by the time i was ready to head out. My plan was to try find the post office again, head to the vans shop, get food somewhere and then go to the science center. Andrew said he was keen on going to the science center aswell so i would come back to the house at 3:30 and we can go then. Head into town, see the usual sights. Iv been going on about this alot in each blog entry but i still really cant believe ...
... grab the public bus. Eleven dollars later (worth it), I arrived at my homestay where I met the host (very nice) and was given some info about the area.
My room wasn't quite ready, so I walked down the street to find a 7-Eleven or something similar to buy a pack of 10 bus/train cards. The public bus that goes downtown is right down the street, so I figured I would be taking it quite a bit. After grabbing the passes, I stopped at a sushi place and got ...