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Back in The Netherlands a wedding mostly consists of a (boring) ceremony in church and a beautiful reception. But, like so many things, this is completely different in India. My cousin Suneet found himself a beautiful bride, so he arranged a four day wedding. Both of them were really looking forward to the wedding, they're head over heels in love.< …
There I was, finally (sort of) ready. After a lot of goodbyes and one last cup of coffee with my roommates I left. My plane was leaving from Dusseldorf, but luckily I got a lift from Roys (one of my travel mates) father in law. It didn't take long to get to the airport. After a short while we were in the air. It didn’t take long to get to the …
Just as I mentioned in my last entry, India is a dirty country. There's a lot of trash everywhere. People are used to just throw stuff on the ground and not all cities clean out the trash in the streets. Just like the streets, the buildings are dirty as well. A lot of them have broken walls and look dirty.
But humans aren’t the only ones filling the streets with waste. Everywhere you look you’ll find cows and dogs as well. They are treated ...
... on an overnight bus from Udaipur, and Ben and I both have to confess to feeling somewhat nervous about the whole "stay with my family" thing. We had never even spoken to these people before, and Krunnal (whom Ben had met in NZ, but Asher had not) was still downunder. Would it be awkward? Would they speak English? What would we be doing in Rajkot?
Krunnal's brother Parth met us from the bus, and took us under his wing. An apartment had been arranged for us to ...
... in a quick trip to the posh Indian/England team Hotel just out of town, we were greeted by hundreds of screaming Indian fans being kept out by the eager security teams. Seeing some white faces, we managed to secure a passage past the security team and milled around the lobby for a while. On leaving, the Indian cricket team rocked up, all the star names - not one recognised by the non-cricket loving Eggman - so I helped him ...