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... happen. So I was able to keep myself out of trouble ;) In northern India, there are temples as fat as the eye can see.. In the south, its all about cathedrals. Some are immense and majestic, some are tucked in the middle of a neighborhood or along the road side. They were all pretty awesome :) Other than churches, I toured through other small towns, markets, a fort and light house and of course, beaches. As it was quieter than normal, my stay was a ...
... away thinking Starbuck’s makes a better chai tea than Indians.
We explained to Jahangir this method was not going to work for us and it would be in everyone’s best interest if we cut the ****. The deal we made with him was that we would stop at the predetermined restaurants long enough for us to sip on a weak tea and for Jahangir to eat his free meal. Afterwards, he would take us to where the locals ate. Naturally, the managers of the restaurants ...
... 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! ...
... after our arrival an Indian man grabbed our our Australian friend and told him he had something in his ear. David, thinking he has shaving cream in his ear said (in a typical Australian manner), "thanks mate!" Before he knew it the guy had stuck a long wooden stick into his ear and scooped our a heap of ear wax! The first thing that popped into my mind was that this guy was going to inject him with all sorts of illegal drugs, so Holly and I ...
... we met Dereck for some breakfast (not only did he manage to make it despite being out until 6am that morning, he also picked up the bill like a hero) before hopping, rather later than planned, onto a bus. Curiously, our bus that day decided to take a bit more of a scenic route than usual, and we were soon looking at our time-telling devices with some alarm, as our one train left Margao at 13.50. At Panaji we swapped onto a shuttle service to Margao, and then quickly found a ...