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... in significant amounts of pain. So it takes nearly 10 minutes before he can get taken to the hospital. This means a 45 minutes tuk-tuk ride through a winding mountain trail while trying to stop your broken bones from grinding together.
Lauren and I feel pretty terrible at leaving Rob to his fate. We'll call and check in on him regularly, but it is comforting to have people visit. We feel a lot worse when our bus drives through the town the hospital ...
... turn up.
To pass the time we tortured ourselves with the thoughts of food we really miss and are dying to eat (note: there's no mention of curry anywhere on this list)
A good old fry up
Baked beans with cheese on
Toast and jam - gluten free is a non existent word in India so far on our travels.
Burger and chips
A Sunday lunch with Yorkshire pudding and lots of gravy .......
This tortuous game went on for too long! ...
... apparently to many a Bolleywood movie, which were lovely to wander round, but we didn't stay for the musical lightshow as the road back was full of potholes and we didn't fancy it after dark.
Finally, we spent a lovely day nearby at Srirangapatum where the highlights were another of ...
... a train to Mysore for the afternoon after hearing and reading a few positive things. I didn't have long, just 5 hours, but I figured that it's better than doing nothing. And so it was.
I visited the Maharaja's Palace, a massive colonial English style building and grounds. Just like all public buildings I've seen in India so far, the paint was chipped and faiding and the process of moving tourists through the place was very disorganised. But from far away it ...
... the growls become barks, I have crossed the line, I have gone too far. I feel scared and they know it. I speed up my pace to get through faster and the dogs follow me showing me their bare teeth. When they get too close I turn around and face them, stomping my feet and looking at them defiantly; they have been taught through sticks and stones that biting people has consequences, so they stop their display of teeth as I finally get out of their territory.
I meet Paulo ...