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... blankets a much better night's sleep than we have had since Hampi, and we had a nice long lie in with more films in the morning.The next day was Diwali so all of India was out in style and we were surrounded by fireworks all through the day and night. Unfortunately a combination of mist from the cold, and the smoke from so many of them, pretty much obliterated any good sights. We did the typical tourist things, going to the Tea Factory in the hills, even though there was ...
... doesn't plan to even date before she gets married. She's convinced that when Mr. Right comes along, she'll know it. So there's no need to mess around wasting time with all the Mr. Wrongs. Her reasoning makes sense - from a theoretical and totally unrealistic perspective.
Tuesday, 12 April, 2011
I don't know why it didn't occur to me before, but I finally got the idea to try to walk all the way around Ooty Lake. And it was ...
... It’s a great feeling to be back in touch with the world. I checked my emails – finding 30 messages waiting from me – of which 28 were just forwarded junk. It turns out that I was less missed than I had expected.
All in all it was a great day – finding that supermarket and getting my internet connection.
Saturday, 19 March, 2011
I didn’t sleep well last night due to my nose being totally stopped up. I woke ...
... train arrived. Too many people were there pushing, and when a railway employee came along and said the train, which was coming from Mettupalayam, was already full and only some people could go on without seats, standing room only, I returned to my children thinking this sounds like a lost cause.
But the folk around, now seeming quite fond of us, were determined that we would get on the train, so I went back and got a 6 rupee ticket and the train by now had arrived, ...
... the glory and the grandeur of existence.'
I had a stroll along our lane to look at the surrounding hills, and the ladies in the neighbouring houses were excited to see me and wanted to talk. One invited me into her home for chai but I had to get back because Shankar was cooking my lunch of herb potatoes, soya stew and chapatties.
He cooked our evening meal too for Sunday as on that day he has work elsewhere and cannot come but he'll return on Monday. ...