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... the street. We got dressed in a flash and b-lined in the direction of the temple.
The elevator was too slow in coming so we decided to run down the stairs. Passing the kitchen on the 2nd floor, I noticed a guy sitting in front of the open fridge cutting a piece of chicken on the filthy floor. It grossed me out bad. I realized too late that I had my camera in my hand and should ...
... you?" I nodded in mild confusion. I'm not sure who was more terrified, me or the kid. I didn't even know what atrocities the poor little bugger had committed in order to be threatened with the scary, white, stapled monster, but whatever it was the look on his face said he'd never, ever do it again. I wouldn't be surprised if he has nightmares well into his teens.
But Malpe. Or ...
... bike. They are really heavy and not easy to manoeuvre. A very kind porter was quick on the scene to help out and off we went, into the city chaos which had developed since the tranquility of the city sunrise. (Mikey told the porter I was drunk which he thought was hilarious. I was NOT however just half asleep and nauseous from curry at 7.30am) It took ages to get out of town, the driving of buses, rickshaws and ...
... divorce and other personal matters in earshot of everyone as the Brahamin priest 'interpreted' Kali's response/advice with some ritual pacing and shaking of holy basil leaves! This was not the end of a day of bizare sights. We went back to the Krishna Temple just in time to see one of the massive chariots (at least 15 metres high) being pulled in a processional ceremony. These celebrations are effectively sponsored by different benefactors to the temple ...
... the beach. Saw everything from a rubbish dump to cows along the beach - the Indian touch doesn't end anywhere. The water wasn't all that clean either, but we still had some fun as I tried to teach Sunny how to catch a wave. Swimmers are rare in India. Dinner, eventually, was quite nice. It was at a restaurant run by some Nepalese, and they served beer which is always a plus. I had a nice fish curry that literally consisted of a whole fish. Afterwards, ...