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We arrived later than expected and the students handled the trip like champions!! We check into the Sheraton and slept for about 2 hours and started our second day in India. Pictures to follow....today we saw the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, and shopped for some local goods. The kids enjoyed an amazing Indian lunch. Looking forward to some well deserved rest and the trip to the camp in Haridwar tomorrow.
TIS India ...
... arrivals hallways. Anyone been to Schiphol and walked for 20 mins from one gate to another? Well, that sort of experience, only carpeted. They must need an army of cleaners to keep it even reasonably clean.
Immigration was interesting, too: clearly not a good idea to come from Afghanistan or Pakistan here (I suppose the same as is true in the UK, only it's much more likely here, if you take geography into account...) I jumped from the mainly European queue which ...
... As usual catches go begging but we hold a few as well and keep the score down to 239 off 40 overs. Our best bowling and fielding performance so far and all done with a team of walking wounded.
Morrie and comeback king Frank are to open. The plan is to go slowly as Frank can’t run. First ball Morrie plays tip and run and Frank is run (walked?) out without facing a ball. Frank’s rotten luck continues.
... in tribute to Ghandi now. It was a bit rushed so i'm hoping to head back there at some point to go through it slower. The guide that took me through the museum fell in love i think and will be waiting for my return in April. Haha.
We also went shopping and as you can see by the pictures I bought a beautiful Sari. Its hard to be strong when you're faced with amazing Indian shops and as the Indians will tell you 'Looking is free'. I will be wearing ...
... me and I got worried about my camera with the possibility of sudden rain looming over me.
As I hurried back I crossed many devotees. Some on horse, some on feet chanting the name of Lord Shiva. Most of them were bangolies and even some shops have their hording in Bangla.
I was confused about the whereabouts of my team when I reached Chopta and started enquiring about them in the market. One shopkeeper told me that they ...