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... avoidance of eye contact; I felt afterwards I treated the devotees as lepers.
This was a big low point - a reality check on my journey through India. I managed to get in touch with a few memories that contributed to my mistrust toward the devotees ... it was a very big memory from my teens, a fleeting contact (five minutes) with a Hari Krishna guy whilst walking to a motorbike show in Birmingham. At the time it left me feeling very vulnerable; ...
... running the whole length of the station inside the rail track. At first I thought it was dogs or other animals but then realised it was human. When I used the toilet on the train; the 'hole' empties directly onto the train track. I vaguely remember British trains having signs declaring the toilet out of use when stationary - I guess it's just the two countries are at different stages of potty evolution. Im sure you'll appreciate the fact that I didn't take any photos of ...
... we just have to chill out, it's not a bad thing. I don't think we could have handled a third night of partying with Pranav and Jinal.
In the evening Pranav's parents arrived back from a wedding so we all had tea together, even Jane made it. It was lovely to meet and stay with such a welcoming Indian family. We had had a lovely ...
... half an hour of chatting to them one guy, told us about his friend in Goa and said he would love to have us as guests. He called his friend there and then who said that he would love to have us and we could use his car, how friendly and kind. I just hope we can fit it in as our train tickets are already booked.
Ketan told us about a nightclub event that was happening and he was presenting. It was a festival that had been ongoing for the weekend, tonight was the ...
... nearby. His philosophy is very much to help out the little guy - giving money directly to farmers selling their produce, and when all else fails - go to the supermarket.
We were able to get most of the ingredients from the roadside, and went to the supermarket in search of celery, mushrooms, nutmeg, and (optimistically) arborio rice.
They couldn't cater for the first and last, meaning risotto was off the menu. In order to show them a second dish (chicken ...