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... on their face than in their mouth. Kind of like those weddings when the bride and groom shove rather than place the cake into each other's mouth. Then we had dinner. There never was any formal opening of gifts although I took a few shots of her eating something she had in a bag in the family bedroom. I think that is where she put her gifts. As quickly as it began it ended with Goodley telling me "I like you", as we drove away. I like you too Goodley...Happy ...
... of eating breakfast is to eat breakfast". I think the second child is correct. The purpose of eating is to eat. Wisdom words....another practice I want to try to cultivate. Eating here is a practice in eating. On the ground with the plate in front, everyone served, except the "second batch" people who are the women and cooks. Then they eat, no cell phones, no tv, no books,just their hands the food and a little conversation.
... early breakfast prepared to wait until 7.30am for the first bus to McLeod Ganj. We were pleasantly surprised when one came at 6am so it wasn't all bad and we rocked into town 30 minutes later. Chandigarh was a strange place, there wasn't the usual chaos of India and I thought I'd like the order and control. Unfortunately a lot of people were rude and it was very difficult to travel around. It redeemed itself a little with some amazing food but it's not a place I'd visit ...
HOLIDAY IS COMING AND WE NEED AN ADVANCE PLAN
We checked out the City and State Tourist Information offices inside the bus station complex. Both turned out to be useless. They also have a train reservation office in the complex. We were not able to get train reservations for the 14 or 15th from Dehli to Ajmer during the camel fair period. Probably, we will have to resort to lengthy (16 hr) bus trip compared ...
... fan of the internet!), got a little tour of the kitchen to prove the freshness of our snack, and admired the rather impressive view of the city. When we offered to pay, Narindar waved his hand and said that he had already taken care of it - that the chai was only 5 ruppees. "The cheapest tea that you will ever find!"
Everywhere we went with Narindar, he seemed to know everybody. Next he took us to a small room filled with government employees ...
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