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... India” - it was huge - that’s some gateway !! Photos taken and we were off to the cruise terminal which was a further 10 mins away.
Once at the port gates we had to show our passports. We also had to show our “Yellow cards” and Joe showed them the “Letter of Authority” and we continued on for a few metres, stopped and had to have all of our luggage screened – and yellow cards handed in again !
... a square shaped room with an upstairs room the same size. The average house here has 7 occupants. Imagine that, 7 people in a 8x10 one up one down with no services. It was really claustrophobic and it reminded me of going into the Great pyramids in Giza, just as you think you can't stand anymore and are about to scream "I am not a celebrity but just get me the hell out of here", a little bit of light streams down and you are at the end.
We stopped at a bakery. The ...
... face masks, extremely narrow streets, government buildings, hospitals, high schools and children in uniforms, dogs, birds, men spitting and of course construction everywhere and none of it finished was our drive to the hotel. As Kate stated later, it was hard to process everything that was happening. We arrived at the Shakti Hotel down a narrow side street and after an informal check-in we discussed the plan for the next couple of days: on our ...
· Women almost only ever wear their hair one way - parted in the middle with a braid straight down the back. Young girls opt for pigtails.
· Hotel rooms always have about 50 light switches, about 3 of which actually turn something on.
· Making a fire on the sidewalk seems to break no ...
... year was the segment in our trailer tent in the UK. I really loved the west coast of Scotland and the Highlands in particular. I guess we were lucky to have had such good weather last summer but the beauty of the Scottish highlands was breathtaking and the great thing is, we can easily go there again. One of the things we said when we started this trip was that we had stepped on the Great Wall of China but never on Hadrian's Wall. It's good to appreciate the things we have close ...