My Fortune, Chennai
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... would get to return to the comfort of the USA.
I think one of the main drivers of all of this was how sick I have been. My stomach felt awful, I was running the bathroom every few hours, and I had one of the longest headaches of my life. I took the pills prescribed to me last night and I am feeling a lot better!
Humor: I want to say I am coming into this stage of culture shock - if not, I am forcing it! I am still not ...
... cool waters of the Bay of Bengal.
The day was wound up with an amazing dinner in Moonraker's a favourite for many, for its fresh sea food, amazing continental and indian delicacies as well as excellent service. We had a royal feast on tiger prawns, crabs, squid and also beef. For four of us the starters and side dishes itself were a stomach and heart full, and we left with contended tummy's.
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... where the pickings are slim. Murray goes down first, and is watching a cute little Asian girl on the next table who creates pandemonium with a massive chunder -nice to have a touch of home every now and then. We manage to catch a taxi just unloading incoming guests, and take a ring road back to Sentral to avoid normal Sunday street closures for street markets. Are let off outside the terminal, and instructed to go downstairs to find the buses. ...
... half ride away. It just happened that there was a bus just about to leave the station for Mussoorie. Having done my research, I knew that Mussoorie is a long town and there are buses from Dehra Dun that stop at one or the other end of Mussoorie. Given that I wanted to be on the “Library Bazaar” end of town, I asked the bus driver if this particular bus would go to that part of Mussoorie. He answered that it would. Well, it didn’t. What ...
... t help because the echoes were even more eerie than the silence. Elaine was more concerned with the water that took some time to drain across the floor after either of us had a shower and threatened to deposit one or other of us sprawling across the floor – especially during those middle of the night trips when one is barely conscious. The other feeling of ‘unease’ for Elaine was, I think, more related to a her hang over of ‘professional duty of ...