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... really have to be adjusted.
Thumping lumpily away from the shop instantly exposed a problem. The front wheel wandered as if it had a mind of its own; pointing itself everywhere except where I wanted it to go. The horrendous front end weave disappeared when the pace increased but was glaringly obvious, and a tad worrying, at low speed. Stopped at a red light I yelled over to Tim, who admitted that his bike was doing the same thing. Leaning over to Dharam, I asked if ...
... s of bats at sunset. Not forgetting Jodpur's Fort at sunset, and the White house (Rajastan).
Only in India can you have a Rat temple (at Bikaner), which was full of dead,semiconscious, and even 'some' live rats roaming the whole temple area in there hundreds.....luckily none ran over my bare feet!
All connected by train sleepers and night buses, (seat and 'coffin like box' above ...
... We arrived a little later than expected at Kaka Mama's house. We were really looked after and had our favourite foods cooked for us. Was nice to be back with family after a very long time. Time at Ludhiana bought back memories of our wedding as we had many ceremonies from this house 5 years ago. We only stayed the one night but had a memorable time. Their dog was particularly ...
Given the situation in Japan we've had to alter our plans as Japan was part of our original itenirary. We're thankfl that we were not in Japan when it all happened and our thoughts and prayers go out to all those individuals and families affected by the events.
... front doors and invite us in for tea or water. We saw many locals playing cards on their veranda’s and the kids were all playing with marbles in the streets.
Our first stop was Aman’s Great Grandfather’s roadside shop. He used to sit on the veranda of the shop and sell opium (in today’s world he would be considered a drug dealer but back then opium was legal). Aman’s Uncles recounted tales of them waiting to get money from ...
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