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... Dave hit the brakes, I felt the back tire slip underneath me. We were weaving and frighteningly unstable. What followed was 11 very scary seconds that seemed like minutes. I was convinced we were going down. I must credit Dave for miraculously keeping us upright, I don't know how he did it. But as he eased off the brakes, we came out of the side-slide ...
... of western cultures, in the middle of India.
Today was a special day for the Norwegians. They invited us over for a day with food, games and national pride. Today is the Norwegian national day and this year is a special year: their country celebrates its 200th birthday! A good excuse for me to be Norwegian for one day.
Dressed in a suit and with Norwegian flags painted on my face I knocked on the door, ...
... being filmed while we were there. Following that, we had a very surreal and out of place experience in an Indian department store where they thought we were flight attendants from Lufthansa... An amazing lunch at the Mavalli Tiffin Rooms followed which involved waiters bringing us countless Indian dishes in stainless steel buckets and dumping them our plates until we were ready to burst. ...
... was on flute with three other artists, who were on tabla, violin and mandolin (picture below). All the people were enjoying the flute and doing meditation at the same time
[Patriji in flute during music meditation in the morning]
The third day was the last day of the celebration as well as the full moon day or birthday of Lord Buddha. After the music meditation, ...
... consumerism just like back in good old London. It was interesting to see how this manifests itself in an Indian way and this was also the start of getting to know India’s many different faces. As a known Indian saying goes: 'If you go 10 miles down the road the water will taste different, if you go 100 miles down the road the people will speak a different language’.
Several scrumptious home cooked meals later, including ...