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... we were at. With almost an hour to spare we though we were fine, but apparently it would take us over an hour in a taxi due to traffic. Paul's face drops and I try to conceal my panic, we were not sure what to do (it's now 9pm). Then out of nowhere a young guy appears and tells us we can make our overnight train if we catch the local train to CST which is where he was travelling towards.
Paul and I at this point had nothing to lose so we trusted him. ...
... door, which seemed to get the message home.
What a massive disaster. It felt like being in Mexico all over again - every direction I turned in someone was trying to rip me off. Foreigners are walking ATM's and it wouldn't matter how bad a situation somebody got in or how much they needed help, all the locals care about is that they keep spitting out the bills.
Next morning a guy claiming to be the hotel manager took me to another one of these 'tourist ...
... the boys were being good, we managed to get through security with the stroller and diaper bag and one other carryon without any issues, and the boys were sitting very decently and having a snack, waiting for the flight to start boarding now. So far, it was going well. Zach was excited, Zane was a little clueless until I showed him the airplanes outside the glass, and then he was all excited saying airplane airplane up up up!! I went over to talk to Rukma for a while, ...
... shiva temple (red), white temple, Ganesh fire (rajghat), gate of India. A place we havn't had chance to see and probably won't get chance is the 'Rat Temple' they whorship rats and in this temple there are hundreds of them all running around. They all drink from a big milk tray! I know plenty of people back in England that would go nowhere near that temple! FO SHO. I'm am starting to understand how heat can change your pace. England is very cold so we all rush around like ...
... shorts and a singlet. Times like these I needed a pashmina and do you think I could find one? The menu looked very tasty at Gaylords and it was indeed. Beautiful curries and fish and of course some more Naan. I don't think we have had a day without them yet. For the first time we were actually hungry and really enjoyed our meals without feeling to full. Nibiel (durgesh friend) picked us up and took us for some Kulfi! This was worth the wait....yummmm! Bye bye ...
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