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... had lunch and dinner with family.
So the wedding was four days long. The first day was the welcoming party in the garden of a luxurious hotel. Almost everyone was dressed in western dress. Which provided me with a good excuse for me to wear my new (Indian made) suit. This party was the first time I met Riddhi, the bride.
Day two was the official engagement. Of course Suneet and Riddhi were already engaged for a while, but not ...
... is loud. But this gives a nice vibe. I really like the busy streets.
Most people in India are nice, they strike me as very helpful. A lot of them immediately start to arrange things if you say you need something, even if you want to take care of it yourself. Sometimes it can be hard to communicate – since the Indian English is quite different from every other English accent – but most of them have a lot of patience.
The traffic looks ...
... because we met our third companion there. Henk had arrived had arrived a few hours before us. The three of us had breakfast, then a long wait started. We needed to entertain ourselves for about ten hours straight. Luckily there were family members waiting for the same flight.
In Rajkot I saw a completely different side of India. There wasn’t as much dirt, the sun was shining more (since there’s almost no smog) and seemed smaller. We were just a taxi drive away from our ...
... gujarati dhal, spicy sambhar, potatos with peas and chilli, another curry rich with flavours of capsicum and lemon, polenta with herbs and garlic, platters of fresh tomato, shallot, lime and carrot, and a huge array of chutneys, pickles and accompaniments, with a cashew nougat to finish. We ate with our hands (right one only, of course) until we could eat no more. Krunnal's mum and aunt kept topping us up, and seemed to take great delight in piling on more food desite ...
... enjoying the bemused looks of locals - our auto driver frequently slowing down to impress his fellow Rajkotians,milking his foreign guests for every bit of local kudos.
After trudging around the ground from Gate to Gate, the mercury rising we finally managed to blag ourselves into the main gate and readied ourselves for the game. Excellent stadium, good view, reasonably priced, good food options and free water; what ...
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