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... little fire. In three more massive side rooms was where the food could be found... And this was almost the main event!
We had arrived just in time for the arrival of the groom. There were a couple of guys drumming, and a small man dancing frantically, women singing and men cheering, then we saw the groom stood on a box, guests throwing petals on him. He went up to the stage area to await his bride. Meanwhile we were being served Indian canapes and lychee spritzers. We met ...
... point we even discussed the future in this area - uni channel!!! We got back to the hotel and there was time for a quick swim in the rooftop pool. This also provided a chance to take in the sunset which was nice. For dinner, we decided to head to a nearby hotel and arrived there after a little bit of squealing at goats as we drove past them. There were a group of Australians next to us at dinner and we managed ...
... The Indian made car, known as an Ambassador, looks a bit like the black London cabs, only white and doesn't seem to be the same quality, it also was not nearly as roomy and perhaps was a little older, though it was hard to say... I finally arrived at Llyod's guest house at 8:00am and went straight to bed. When I woke up it was after noon (of course that would correspond to 8:00am Geneva time). The next mission, securing food and water and Internet, since none ...
... is the worst... when you can barely stay awake past 6pm and then you doze off and find yourself wide awake at 11pm. So I'll spend this afternoon wandering the streets, admiring the sea of mustaches, buying water, toilet paper, spanish tomato tango potato chips (a lays chip flavour that we are totally missing out on in Canada) . It is truly breathtaking, the sheer volume of mustaches here. It seems the fashions haven't changed much ...
... mosquitos although the pollution is just as bad. We ate more food, drank more masala chai and
then had drinks which start early since they close early. The night ended at a really neat bar on the
top floor of a small skyscraper. The
town tried to outlaw dancing but they still allow a little. The next day was mostly unproductive but we
did rest at Timsy’s house with her family which included a lot of home cooked
food, chai and a ...