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... day of temple running and general sightseeing was planned to break the lethargy and we hopped on board with our two congenial drivers whose motto, rather to our pleasure was 'no hurry, no worry'. Polly and Ailie even temporarily commandeered one rickshaw, quite against the law, but really quite fun. The temples were rather spectacular, although forgive us for concluding it-slightly guiltily- as a poor mans Ankor (Cambodia). We also hitched a ride in a rather unstable and ...
... preparation, honeymoon, frustration/homesickness and adjustment. The honeymoon stage is described as "the time when the expatriate’s relationship to the new environment is viewed through rose-tinted glasses. Everything seems new, exciting, and exotic. Initially they adopt the more temporary and sheltered mindset of a tourist". A quick read at my previous entries will confirm that’s pretty much spot on from my experience! I ...
... store was around the corner or he’d stop at a factory to say in his most patronizing tone, “Goods are for display only. Only buy if you want.” Who could blame him when he’s trying to earn a living in a corrupt and competitive country with 1.27 billion countrymen? We have similar types of scams in the U.S., they just come in fancier forms such as sub-prime mortgages, trial offers, and gym memberships. What we really needed was that term; ...
... the icing so that we could get it right tomorrow. Tomorrow we are planning to take the biscuits and things and see if the women want to decorate and eat them. I'm not sure how it will go down, possibly we'll only get a few people interested, but holly and I feel as though it's better to offer different activities anyway. We then went to our room and did a bit of our summer reading before bed! We'll let you know how the cooking goes! Lots of love, Alex and Holly! ...
We took a 12hr overnight bus from Hampi to Goa, expecting to find ourselves in paradise on arrival. In reality, Anjuna looked like a post-apocalyptic environment, with wild dogs being the only survivors! All the funky beach huts, bars, and restaurants that we were looking forward to visiting were boarded up and not another person in sight! Sarah and I took an early morning walk when we arrived, along the beach-side, which ...