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... at it as we raced across a bridge. This was the first time I've been glad I've had my rabies shots!
Still, the train was cool. It (very) slowly wound it's way down the mountains affording us stunning scenery. I sat in the door for a good couple of hours just watching the world go by. With how tired we were we could have just done with the journey being at least two hours shorter though. It didn't help that, in coming down from the mountains, the temperature went from a pleasant ...
... cremations take place 24/7, I tried to fend off the touts by speaking French and pretending no English but he went and found someone who did speak French, dammit! I then played dumb and they went away. Browsed lots of relaxing little alleyways after full of religious goods and flowers (and piles of cow/monkey/goat/dog **** everywhere you stand). Even tried and passed the local test by getting into a high security Hindu only temple
Two (cliched and lonely planet obvious ...
WE just got to Lucknow. We flew here from Kolkata to visit friends. We just got here last night, so we have no pictures yet, but we will defiantly post some in the not-to-distant future.
Lucknow is much cleaner than Kolkata, and there are more modern ...
... absorption fields. These plots of land are tight with as many people as they are trying to pack onto them. The architects are doing a very good job trying to accommodate the volume of people, while still trying to ensure the site is visually appealing and interesting. It's been fun to watch their creative side and toss in ideas along the way. We have been able to point out a few practical suggestions with regards to the utility needs that ...
... used to in the US… it
can be frustrating for us. They had a
dinner prepared for us and we enjoyed a rice/chicken combination with typical
Indian spices. Huberth gave us a brief
description of Hindi culture, which eventually dovetailed into the different
types of tea they enjoy here. We even
talked about which superpowers we would want to have… there was a lot fun
After dinner Alok talked to ...