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Started travelling to Newcastle at around 11:45 on Wednesday morning then a quick ( hour delayed) flight down to heathrow for the next leg at 8:40. Sat in heathrow like a loner eating a carluccio's on my tod, best get used to that. After food I was sat charging my phone with some super annoying young girls who safe to say were doing my head in but a small price to pay for having a charge phone I guess. Ohh, and seeing Sami Hyypia quickly made up for ...
... having drawn me in due to excellent performances by an interesting cast of characters. As we are coming into Delhi I take a careful look at the flight map. You know how they are usually graceful arcs from point A to point B? This one took a couple of zigs and zags. There was a definite right hook as we were approaching Russian and Ukrainian airspace, and another jag to avoid flying over Pakistan. We did, however, cross over some of Afghanistan. Go figure! We land in ...
... because they put up that tinsel and colorful stars for you.
So yesterday was Christmas, yes. And the first thing we did yesterday morning was go to the Lakshmi temple near our house. I was blessed in front of Durga and you know what the bhramin said to me? "Hello, Merry Christmas." I cannot even get blessed in this country.
Ugh. Also, I was blessed in front of Ganesha and the bhramin gave me holy water to eat and of course I ...
... I have had more photos taken of me in the last two days than in the last two years. I've always heard that you get off the plane and it's the smell that hits you first. Again, I didn't notice. Perhaps I was too tired who knows. However the second day we spent lots of time walking around and boy did I notice then. Garbage everywhere, urine, pollution. By the end of the day you blow your nose and it's black with grit and who ...
... My room was amazing and it had wifi which at the time I took for granted but since being in Amritsar and realising this begins my two month constant struggle to find wifi (sorry mum.) I've realised I should have complained less about the wifi crashing every now and then (though it was pretty annoying whilst prepping lectures ...). The room also had amazing AC and again I complained about this meaning my clothes didn't dry and smelled of damp ... On the sleeper train ...