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... men unrolled the bolts one after the other in hopes of suitably impressing these women and their tastes. A bunch of men would never have this job at home and it was an interesting contrast to my assumptions as it seemed in opposition to the human hierarchy over here where women are definitely of lower stature. OK, back to the roads for a minute. So in addition to just the basic logistics of it all, you are also on high alert for the masses of sacred cows that are just wandering ...
... a Nikon dealership to get a new battery. I forgot the disconnect between what I might have expected [back home] to a typical small shop here. Hotel reception talked about a south bazaar with big name shops. When I finally got a tuktuk driver, he doubted there was such a place.
Ultimately sorted and out, only to find rain drops. Back to get the flimsy raingear I never expected to need in India. Out again and crossed the road. A tuktuk driver stopped. Told him ...
... the same. We got an audio guide and shared it between us so we had a pretty good idea what we were looking at. That afternoon we went to the men’s section of the markets where James got a shirt and pants for the upcoming wedding and we got a blanket each for the train journey. We spent the evening sorting out some hotel bookings for the rest of our time in India.
On the 4th we travelled to Delhi on a sleeper class train. Once ...
... is in motion. From seemingly nowhere a dozen or so kids descend, enclosing him in a circle. This is also a well known practice. Basically, the child-beggars create pandemonium around a good-natured tourist and as they try to placate the poor little dears, they empty the tourist's pockets. Wrong tourist. Steve's 'hit the back of the theater' diaphragm-driven vocal volume kicks in and the repeated admonishment of "No" can be heard for blocks around. The ...
It is impossible to navigate through India and not have a few observations and comments; After all, this is part of our itinerary Chuck and I debated. Chuck only wanted to see tha Taj Mahal and leave ASAP. I wanted to really explore India. In retrospect, nine days was a tad too long.
Nothing could have totally prepared me for what I saw, smelled, ate, touched or heard. India is challenging. Harsh. Nothing is simple. ...