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... was of a fridge, nope! Tea/Coffee maker, nope! They brought us a fridge that had seen better days and I will leave it at that. It did however make a great table (covered with one of the besot hand towels) to make our coffee in the mornings with all of the supplies from home. That being: kettle, mugs, coffee, sugar, creamer and spoons.
You know you have traveled in India to much when!!!
Not to let any of this spoil any of our fun, be a ...
... the mood we was in. We then had the fun task of getting a police report about the robbery for insurance purposes. This was not a easy task and they wasn't of much help (nearly 4 days later now and still awaiting it). Also we noticed that not only was there a decent amount of cows roaming free along the beach and the roads there was also an abundance of dogs! Not our favourite. The ...
... on holiday in Goa from Delhi (and from their wives) and were very interested in our travels and general story. When we told them we weren't married (the first people so far we haven't told we are an engaged couple) they couldn't believe it, wondering how Izzy's parents could let her go unescorted round the world with an unmarried man! They understood it's a cultural thing, but I think we'll be keeping to our very detailed and well rehearsed back story from now on, it's ...
... between Bourne, James Bond and Speed. Called Ek tha Tiger (the one tiger) it was a slightly comedy action film with a fairly easy to follow plot. It only cost £1 for a ticket and popcorn was 50p. Beat that cineworld! But the best thing is that the audience treat films more like panto. As the main guy came on screen the place went mad cheering!! And everytime there was a fight won or a good bit of story it was accompanied by ...
... us with the uncomfortable feeling as we worked our way down the aisle that we were the reason the plane was still grounded. We spent the next 20 minutes watching two other
English girls without boarding cards fighting to be allowed on board.
Once this had settled, the plane had just begun to edge off in reverse
when a fight broke out a few seats ahead after one passenger slapped
another. Once the shouts of "fight! fight!" and ...