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... until dinner.
We all lost track of time and went out to dinner quite late at 9ish.
Surprisingly everything was closed so we were forced into Dominos
pizza which was the only open food venue we could fine. By the time
we were done eating it was late and dark and as we walked home the
streets were empty and the dogs were barking. Kirsty was nervous
about a dark deserted walk home as the dogs in India can be
aggressive at the best of times but are a lot worse late ...
... more. To sum up my take on the overall happiness score the, propensity of Indians to spontaneously break out in wide smiles at the slightest opportunity suggest they could well ahead of many in the so called developed world.
As the days have passed I have found myself grappling with a multitude of daily sights and stories only matched by the vibrancy of the colours and noises which accompany them. Walking down streets with no clear pavements is no easy task for a ...
... shorts and tshirts but I do admit I had to put on my cardigan at night.
There is a large international school here so this has made a bit of a cosmopolitan flavour to the town and there is even a subway, domino's, baskin n robbins and a kfc equivalent called hfc(We did have subway and the hfc, it was a nice change). There are also small cafes that sell cake, sandwiches and pastries. Plus an assortment of north and south Indian restaurants and a couple ...
... from Western life, and that if he really wanted to attract more western students, he should think about building a new, gender integrated foreign students hostel. He frowned at this and told us they plan on building two new Foreign Students hostels. One for boys and one for girls. Thankfully he didn’t notice me rubbing my eyes at how ridiculous he sounded. “We’ll just spend twice the money so that the kids can sneak into each others’ rooms anyway.” ...
... the forested hills, reaching the mile tall mountains after only a couple hours of driving. The trees here were thick enough to give a true impression of being immersed in forest, and the lush greenery we’d become accustomed to remained with us. Fog and clouds rolled along the rocks, hiding the tips of the mountains and sliding down the slopes as we gazed at the valley which separated our mountain path from the one across from us. My face was glued to the window for ...