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... a brand new scooter with 500km on the clock so I was driving fairly carefully to start with, and I survived the sketchy buses on the tight roads and managed to take some amusing gopro videos of me tooling it about in the backstreets before getting to the relatively abandoned Turtle beach (Galjibag for you geography fans) some 40 mins drive from the hostel with one shack on it. After some food and a walk up and down the beach I went to get back on my scooter and do my ...
... through the carriage.
Feeling peckish we had a look at the crisp flavours on offer – Tikka Masala (why would we expect anything else?) and Tangy Spanish Tomato. Opting for the latter we were happily eating away when we realised that literally every other passenger was also doing the same meaning the rhythmic sound of the train was drowned out by munching, crunching, chewing and the sound that ...
Days 225 – 230 (Monday to Saturday)
So, the last week of teaching arrived and we set about trying to at least aim for a target as to where the kids would be by the end of the week. This was easier said than done as it appeared that Doug's class were ever so slightly going backwards! Sarah and Caroline found that the kids had learnt something, but very little. It seems that the hour and a half of English and the hour of ...
... some drummers that let charley play with them. That was a lot of fun. we met some more travelers and were drinking with them, before we knew it we were pretty drunk and I don't know the order of things but here's a quick rundown of our evening Lots of group dancing. Charley break dancing in the grass. A tied up cow very angry at us. Me and Corey talking to 2 Indian girls. I covered my face and started dancing and fell off a 3 foot ledge onto some type of metal thing. ...
... being put on her wrists. These bangles are worn only by married women, and are purified in water and milk before being applied to her wrists. There was a bit of fun during this ceremony as someone dropped the bangles and got them out of order (they are sized to fit well onto an arm, some larger than others) and then once that was sorted it turned out there were too many bangles to fit onto her arms anyway! After the bangle ceremony we went to each of ...