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... guy explained. Okay, that's better. I got online in a jiffy. We chatted some more and I am feeling much more relaxed than before and decided to come upstairs and take a nap. I will get maybe an hour or two of sleep and get up to have lunch, I think. Mean while, I did my usual boundary deceleration around the room and prayed that no evil spirit, people bearing ill will or pests with pathogens are allowed inside the boundaries of this room. I will report back ...
... road or even in the right direction is totally optional and of course there's the added obstacles called cattle of all types and sizes. Breakdowns are common, consequently the roadsides are littered with every type of repair facility, no **** but as we were moving through traffic bare foot mechanics were changing a lorry engine in one of the lanes. Mr Singh took us to his Sikh temple on the way back which was a unique experience for me obviously ...
... there is at least one side served with a main entree, not this time. I had a skewer of lovely prawns. A caesar salad was ordered and that complimented very well. In the mean time everyone was sharing with me so that I did not go hungry. Great way to sample all of the different foods that were ordered.
A wonderful weekend concluded with hugs and best wishes and loads of love.... Monday is sight seeing in Delhi.
... is used instead of mirrors as a 'oh look someone's here' - Oh there are freaking cows now. On the motorway. Of course. - Cars just driving in the middle of a two lane road. Then my car overtaking and does the same ... British drivers wouldn't stand for this ... We'd probably wait behind politely ... But we'd give the driver a VERY STERN LOOK later on. - Undertaking is perfectly fine. - Encouraged. - Who needs a cow truck when you can just walk your ...
... curiosity starts at an early age, as my interactions with the local children were one of the highlights of the entire trip. Any time I was within a few feet of these yardapes, (they travel in packs), they would always wave and ask the necessary, “what’s my name and my country”. The bold ones would hang around to ask further questions. In Jaisalmer as I wandered about in a Jain temple, five kids under say 8 came over to say hello. One quickly asked for rupees ...