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... We also wondered why there are so many pigs about………….India ns, like Muslims, dont generally eat pork as far as we are aware so just what is the purpose of pigs in this country I pondered….
Train journeys are never peaceful - the trains tend to be full of locals with us the only Westerners, certainly that we’d seen so far on our Indian travels. We continued to be fairly astounded by the noises that ...
... she's buying food. “I don't want any ******* sambar!” “This is our stop!” ****.
Trying to stand up and the bus is like a fairground shaking shack, like the one at the end of Grease, only proper dangerous. I was so incredibly angry at all those poor people who were trying to sleep until they go to Delhi. I was dragging my bag out from underneath someone’s bed and shouting at the guy who was shouting at me when it dawned on me that I had ...
... asked Jackie to take pictures with her children! Sweet! After a couple hours running around the garden, off we went to the lake. There were a few shop vendors, food, some amusement rides, colorful swan paddle boats and a mechanical bull?!?!?!? I grew up in Texas and have seen my share of honky tonk mechanical bull rides, but I just was not expecting that in India. No one was riding it but after the camel ordeal I was too tired to bring my Texas ...
... out at different heights and angles. Each rooftop is filled with gatherings of friends, newlyweds and families. Loud music is blaring, lots of dancing, happiness and excitement fills the air. The sky is a mass of darting kites, hundreds probably thousands as well as fireworks going off even though it is daylight. The idea is to cut the string of other peoples kites and then hope to catch or find those kites as prizes/trophies. Very similar pastime to that in the ...
... really interesting art work, much like the stairs in Brazil. Everything was kind of patched together with figurines made from broken dishes and sculptures made from old bangles.
That night we went to an area called "Chaura Bazar" which is similar to Chandni Chowk in Delhi with crowded streets and different things being sold everywhere. The english meaning of Chaura means wide but the actual area has narrow narrow streets (perhaps at one time ...