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... salad and some chicken in a weird sauce. It was probably the worst meal I've had in India and we had to look at everyone else eating delicious food. It was funny to see what their version of what they think we eat is though. The rest of the day I was needed about 2 or 3 more times, this time sitting as part of the auction but I wasn't in a spot very close to the main actors but I didn't have a clue who they were anyway. Even when one of them ripped of his moustache ...
... we were the only ones. Back on the boat at 1130 for the first boat back to the mainland. Bevan once again is in need of a shave so to the streets we head and again find a local barber to clean him up. He is very hesitant about me taking a photo, so I print a copy while the shave continues. He cannot believe I am giving this to him. Now it is take as many photos as you like. I even get to sample the aftershave to ensure I like it. Now it is New Years Eve and I see ...
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... that Simon Ling from Ashtead was able to join us as his support has enabled us to complete this home.
There is no such thing as a dull journey in India, there is always so much happening. People are so industrious and, in a country with no safety net, there is not time to sit around waiting for help – you have to find a way to help yourself.
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... station, which is very impressive and huge with thousands of of people going in every which way. Eventually I was accosted by Sandy, and indian lady who was born in UK ( somewhere near the Cadbury factory???) every second word was '****" but said with such venom. She worked for India '****in' tourism and her job was to look out for lost '****in' tourists. After ...