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... but I was genuinely happy to be there with them.
The hustle of the New Delhi metro is one of its kind, we traveled a mere three stops in the womens section of the metro rail and I have to tell you I felt completly underdressed. Different women from every walk of life looked alluring even at the end of the day. We got out of the metro station and sat in a cycle rickshaw that dropped us till the house.
I walked into the spacious house that was ...
Humans tend to appreciate things better when they occur to them unexpectedly as compared to things they can see coming. While I was always aware of this, I happened to experience it in the last week of 2013. It was a trip I made to a place where I had been to earlier, but enroute I stumbled upon another place (more as a way of a night halt), which turned out to make a special place in my heart- a place, memories of which, have stayed with me ever since.
I took a few days off ...
... we will do it all over again. Not too much to report on today as it was simply a damm long drive back to Delhi, stopped after ten mins at an art factory, oh deep joy! Last thing I needed was to look at art but as it turned out it was interesting because it was miniature art. Watched this guy write on a single grain of rice, no supports or magnifying glass nothing, bloody impressive, was shown hundreds of other 'works of art' which although ...
... Here are a few politically correct job titles found in India; Professional Ear Cleaner, Body Weight Consultant, Giant Balloon Salesman and Henna Stamp Artist. And then there are the brilliant, well versed scammers. The sad reality is that anyone randomly approaching you on the street is most likely in the process of scamming you. Their manner will be amicable and sincere, just the way any visitor to a foreign country would want to be received. Some of the stories they ...
... thought, as there was no toilet paper. Good bit of forethought Gricey, so not wanting to disturb the festive chatting, off I went down the street to find some bog roll. After a short walk I found a chemist, which you are never more than a short walk away from, and asked him for the necessary. The happy Indian dude smiled, nodded and then spent 10 minutes in a cupboard before telling me: sorry he had none. At this point there were rumblings so I decided ...