The Bristol Hotel
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... finally announced, i was walking to get on the plane and i saw a girl who also looked nervous aswell, so i did a very martha move and decided to just talk to her, anyway turns out she was going on a similar trip. The flight went ok, it was very long, but i was by the emergency exit so i had so much leg room. A man had a stroke on the flight like 6 rows in front of me which was pretty scary but the airhostes delt with it well and we ...
... police officers don't like to arrest or investigate doctors. It's a class and caste thing, both of which I believe are outlawed but still widely practiced. Also outlawed is female foeticide and female infanticide but apparently it is still widely practiced. Also outlawed is the dowry system, sati (where a widow casts herself on her husband's funeral pyre) and bride trafficking, but it all still goes on.
So, after 6 or so months, having more ...
... I'm not sure how much longer we would have spent there and whether we could have in fact just turned to crisp. Of course we made a trip to loo and this is when we realised the horror before our eyes. Now I have to say in my defence I'm not too bad, I would describe it a pinky brown. Niomi on the other hand is the worst case of sun burn I have possibly ever seen. Bearing in mind I travelling with Eve last year and hers was bad. Niomi ...
... boarded without any problems, although, our allocated seating was in different areas. We squeezed into one seat and luckily, there were no questions asked. Here we spent the next 5 hours. As we neared Haridwar we saw our first lot of rain in 2 weeks! You could tell it was going to be a bit cooler here. We were happy to see our driver at the railway station, although his car was a bit on the rickety. Our plan of seeing a few sights in the evening was ruined ...
... a man laying flat on his back half on the footpath and half on the road (I have convinced myself he was alive but I'm not quite sure), and so much more. It was heartbreaking to see and at points I just had to close my eyes as it became a bit too much. As we hit the freeway to get out of Delhi the sight of traffic all around us was truly something to be seen to be believed. Road lanes are merely a suggestion rather than something that everyone drives between in ...