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We were the only non-Indians. Out of a crowd of 300-400. Everyone was so sweet. Teenaged boys asked Bill if they could introduce themselves and shake his hand. The father of the bride dragged Bill onto the dance floor again and again. Girls asked Rachel if she would dance with them or sit with them. They praised her sari. The bride's girlfriends asked me to dance, and young men asked if they could get food for me. Dozens of people asked all of us to pose for pictures with them. We ...
... surtout la tombe qui a au 2ème étage un labyrinthe de couloirs à explorer avec une lampe torche.
Après Lucknow, on a eu une longue journée de bus pour Gorakhpur. Le lendemain on a pris un bus jusqu’à la ville frontière Sunauli. Après le Népal, on reviendra en Inde, cette fois pour visiter le sud. Le nord de l’Inde a été un mélange intéressant de villes chaudes et chaotiques et de vallées fraîches et paisibles. Les montagnes sont ...
... ties and trinkets. Huberth and I played the guitar a little with them and we just had fun taking pictures, talking, and playing around. They showed me their garden where they have tomatoes, corn, and spicy peppers... I ate a pepper and they enjoyed my discomfort. We got back here tonight and I'm toast. We get to sleep in a little later tomorrow before going to church.
God bless you all and thank you for your continued prayers! We love you all.
... back the crowd and the driver doing the turning, we made it back to the Travel Centre. The little girl now had a huge grin on her face.
Step 6. We kind of stood around looking at each other for a while, then who should arrive but Mr Joshi, travel guide extra ordinairy. This time he had 2 new guys with him and a 4wd. They were big and fit and looked perfect for carrying my heavy bag when we got to station.
Step 7. Hair raising ride to the station in ...
... hotel and got ready to leave the next day. Our train was leaving around 3pm and supposed to arrive in Agra around 10pm.
The next day we planned to visit Old Lucknow again, before our train. But traffic was so crazy we ended up driving around, back tracking a few times, and then finally giving up. We gathered our bags, got some food again with Gotam, and then he dropped us at the train station. We wished him all the best and set off to find our train.