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... mediocre and yes, it was a traditional Indian meal. The odd thing was that half the town seemed to be employed there. There must have been 15 employees there (in a restaurant the size of my bedroom)! Odd.
We didn't hang around. Manu never does after eating. He always says, "everyone done with the bills? Okay let's go." Doesn't pause for a response in between. Looking forward to letting my food settle before walking off after the trip!!
We did have to make a move ...
... poses to a tee. Whilst they might looked p*ssed off in the photos, they had demanded I retake a number of times until they were happy with the results!
Back at the ranch and I met my Australian nemesis over lunch. Chat with a gaggle of international pensioners began politely enough before I mentioned the topic of haggling whereupon the Australian woman piped up to the effect that the people around here can barely afford to eat and therefore, the implication was ...
... Mataji" and "Hindustan, Zindabad" while waving the Indian flag. Big stages had been made around the gate, so people can come and watch. The show itself was to me of lesser importance than the general atmosphere, but people interested can watch the entire ceremony on Youtube apparently (type wagga border and you'll find it I guess). Watching it felt strange, as the movements being made were provocative towards the Pakistanis, but then on the other side, the meticulous timing ...
In preparation for our 2 week trip, beginning 6:00 AM Saturday morning (tomorrow; February 23, 2013), I wanted to upload our itinerary for the trip, just in case I cannot blog. I am hoping that the internet works and that my computer does not decide to give out. So, just in case, here it is.
Feel free to look up the places online. Do not feel like you have to wait to hear about it from me. Everywhere we ...
... took us to Nadiad, halfway point, where Jagdish cousin lived. He came over and met us for lunch at little hole in the wall. We sampled many different dishes and drank delicious masala chai. Something new here was that people poured their tea in their saucer to drink, to cool, I suppose. The total bill for the four of us was 90Rs ($1.80)
Arduous Journey to Island of Cowboy Families
We waited for close to an ...