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... around the corner. Kaete ordered a dosa in which she was asked three times if she really wanted it. There were 2 women who were helping to clean up after everyone and they were laughing at us. They were very nice and joked around with us a lot in Tamil- not that we can speak any Tamil. Out came the meal. The folded up dosa was about a metre long! It took two plates to carry it. No wonder everyone was laughing at us. Have fun with that! I said to Kaete. Luckily for both if us ...
... we settled into our comfy bed, we turned the lights off to go to sleep. The first leg of our travels had come to a close – Namaste.
M – I really wanted to come to India to experience something different from the rest of SE Asia. Expecting it to be more gritty and raw, but at the same time a great adventure, it was not a disappointment. Yes, there was the odd stomach bug and bumps along the way, but I really enjoyed ...
... I was planning to eat myself but gave to a kid, and still his mother was asking for more without a word of gratitude. In other case, though, a homeless guy reading a newspaper on the street was greatly moved by the simple banana I decided to give him and thanked me several times.
Spent my last hours in a internet cafe of some kind before taking a tuktuk to the airport and leaving at last this shithole that they called India. Unfortunately, I must say overall ...
We think that we will suffer from compulsive disorder syndrome before we are finished in India. We are forever washing our hands especially before we eat, after handling money and obviously after using the toilet. We are carrying soap, toilet paper and anti bacterial gel with us. We were told to keep our nail very short and clean and so far we have escaped the curse of the Maharajas. Any fruit we eat has to be able to be pealed, on the side of the road one sees fruit venders ...
... a hearty vegetable stew) and then I was off to my other Patti's place in the western Chennai neighborhood of West Mambalam.
Nearly three hours later, owing to protests, heinous Chennai congestion and a visit by the Prime Minister, I reached my Patti's place to greet her as well as my aunt and two cousins who were also visiting from the US. My mother's mom was fortunate enough to see six grandchildren who live in the US/UK in the span ...
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