Arunima Heritage Home
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... s a shame that the
train tickets are so damn hard to come by, as travelling by train in India is
such a fascinating experience and allows you a glimpse of ordinary life, far
away from the crazy crowded streets, far away from the tourist traps and scams
and these train and travel breaks in-between stops are invaluable in allowing
us to rest, ponder and get excited about the next place. The feeling of moving
on from one place to the next, the nomadic exploration of it ...
... behavioural issues and children from slums. It’s complicated.
Rickshaw? / Want to see my shop? / Hashish cocaine heroine? *smelling like alcohol*
No thank you.
Later my friend?
Don’t get me wrong: I like these small conversations. People show interest, they are curious. It is nice to have a small conversation, a small connection with someone. They only exception ...
... than his intelligence and ability to lead.
28. We’re not that interesting, but we can do interesting things.
27. Just because a country boasts a wine region doesn't mean the wine tastes good. (India)
26. Nobody wants to take the Bulgarian Lev outside of Bulgaria, especially the currency exchange office. What does it say about Eastern Europe when even Serbia thinks Bulgaria is too corrupt?
25. Audio books and ...
... building work around the quayside so it was quite chaotic and the air thick with brick dust in places.The first boat we saw was a big traditional houseboat with a lovely feel to it, it seemed in good condition , had a lovely sundeck accessed by a spiral staircase, a map of the backwaters, mosquito nets and it was just really cute! The salesman was also very friendly and my favorite phrase of the day was his when he said "get down slowly, hurry makes worry" Originally ...
On the road by 7am to beat the traffic. It is just over 110ks to Appeleppy. The drive is really great, very little traffic, India really does not wake up until 10am. On the way we stop at a duck farm to collect a duck and eggs for Raju's boss. The duck is killed and plucked for 270 rupee, duck eggs are 7 rupee each. I think I will go to the bosses house for dinner! We reach Bellas Home Stay at 11am. My room is not ready but that is ok. I sit in a lovely courtyard catching ...