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'I decided to be vague. 'Over there,' I pointed.
'Would you like to **** me,' she asked. I didn't expect that.
'No thank you,' I said.
'Why?' she enquired.
'Because your a man,' I said calmly.
She laughed and joined her mates her were standing right behind us. Interesting I thought.
There is a caste here in India that is specifically reserved for transgender/ cross dressing men. They are ...
... my voice and tell this character to Leave My Family Alone - this market was not our first rodeo. We can buy oranges and the like well enough on our own - the seasoned travelers we are. We wandered the streets of Mumbai and saw all sorts of people, businesses and cows hanging around. There is a lot of activity in the streets of Mumbai. Caleb and I managed to break free for a time out and ...
We took off from Heathrow at 15:00 and the scale of what we were doing didn't seem to hit either of us. The beer had probably helped dilute the anxiety a little and Monsters University on the in flight entertainment was a welcome distraction. it had been 21 hours of travelling before we started descending into Mumbai airport and we were both keen to touch down. There is only so many times you can play the alphabet game and Adam had refused to ...
... on the train was easy, actually enjoyable, but we both found sleeping on the bus awkward. The bus stops every few hours at a type of truck stop where everyone rushes to the counter for a feed of the one dish on the menu. Usually some type of vegetable curry. These places can be a little daunting. For that half hour we live on the fear that the bus will leave without us as it usually gives no warning of departure. I joined a kids cricket game at one stop and ...
... spiritual ease of life With people of different beliefs living in harmony To the chaotic and anarchic roads From the multiple Hindu, Moghul, Muslim Palaces and Temples Through the sounds, colours and flavours that blows the mind To the dirt, rubbish, odors, dust, papers, feaces. Q And the constant sound of horns that rule the streets Through the mixing of people, animals and ...