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... get sold whitening lotion everywhere they look and are huddled under the shade of an umbrella to avoid any UV rays that will darken their skin and there we are sizzling on the sun beds by choice ! It's amazing how culture and the media has such an influence on our perception of beauty creating polar opposite perceptions of 'good looking'. The only good thing that happened was Alex calling to ask us to go to the shop to get lunch if she ...
Describing driving in Delhi is probably as difficult as doing it! Our first experience was the drive from the airport to our hotel. So we hop in and no seat belts . No surprises really here as I didn't expect them. So I ask " Are there many crashes here?"Driver" Don't worry my car already scratchy scratchy so it's all good!" . And so our experience of Delhi driving began.... At first, it looks extremely dangerous and aggressive and I suppose it is ...
... The stories we had heard about the rich and poor was obvious. The beautiful older style buildings showed the signs of British heritage from the days of colonial rule. This was our first day in Delhi and I'd have to say that I loved it. Tonight we travel to meet Mr. Wilson in Trivadrum where we will work over the coming month. Can I also ask...Why do planes still have no smoking signs? Surely you can't be serious, and stop calling me ...
During our final few days in Bangkok there was a pretty serious set of protests underway, which included the occupation of several government ministries, including the army and internal security apparatus. Nobody was using the word, but it basically amounted to a coup; they were openly planning to finish taking over the government on the day after we left. On our way to the airport in Bangkok we passed a long convoy of jerry wagons, all occupied, but other than that we ...
... test was in Delhi... whilst we're here!He only noticed whilst watching the highlights of the first day on telly and we immediately decided we'd go the next morning.And so, early Saturday morning we caught the metro to the nearest station to the stadium and hailed a tuc-tuc to take us the last 1.5km. The lying, stealing driver tried to convince us that we needed to go so somewhere else to get tickets (the Bank of Baroda of all places...a bank, is that the best you can do?!). ...
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