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... are some things that we would just ask ourselves ‘WHY?’. These are the things we won’t miss.
· The smell of stale urine on most street corners.
· The sound of someone reaching for phlegm deep in their throats, then spitting on the ground.
· Horns, oh so many horns. And the question always is ‘Why?’
· Rubbish, in ...
... wir sagen natuerlich zu.
Auf dem Weg zurueck ins Hotel haben wir dann noch eine merkwuerdige
Begegnung mit einem Kerl, der schon Tags zuvor mit uns und Shaid in einem
Restaurant gesessen hatte und uns doof angeguckt hatte. Wir wissen nicht, was
genau er Shaid gesagt haben mag, aber es war irgendwie unheimlich. Wir sind
dann froh als wir kurze Zeit spaeter in unserem Hotel sind und die Tuer hinter
uns schliessen. Ein weiterer Tag in Kalkutta ist ...
... than the previous two concerts and we spent the week before, intensely practicing all the of sections and aspects of Raga Shree, hoping to bring out the more refined details that Gurujee so amazingly showcases in his performances. In this performance we were to play second, which meant that the possibility of the first artist to perform Raga Shree was there. It is part of the tradition and an unwritten rule that you ...
... to get a seat. Perhaps the most surprising thing about our lunch was the fact that all the staff were deaf. This not only seemed to calm the baying crowds at the tills, but also made for a strangely peaceful atmosphere. Instead of the shouting you usually experience for the fries to be filled up or for another batch of chicken to be put on, instead a different colour light was flicked when things were needed.
We thought ...
... bend slightly and say namaste. I understand the level you hold your hands depends on the status of the person you are greeting, but maybe some of my Indian readers can clarify that for me.
Kabir my guide and Benot the driver were ready for me. I forgot to mention that yesterday Kabir had brought his little girl, his pride and joy, to the hotel for me to meet her. He is a smart intelligent Gurkha guy who is capable of doing so much more than being a guide however due to Indian ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility