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... the hotel by midnight.
It was an early start to get breakfast, and then be dressed by Ami's cousin. The outfit that the boys were wearing was a khurtha (like a tunic) and a mundu (like a bedsheet, pronounced like a Yorkshireman saying "Monday"), the latter being pretty precarious if not done properly.
Fully robed (and after a picture with the hotel chef who found it all quite amusing) we got in the minivan and headed to ...
... we are looking more like we fit in now and the locals don’t seem to bother us, or we are just better at not making eye contact, who knows! Ha ha! We had been lucky enough to sample some amazing Indian sweets in the last week, and we’re given a firm recommendation to visit a particular and very famous cake shop when we were next in Delhi. Now from our point of view Indian sweets are, well, not always that tasty, but we had been introduced to a wonderful ...
... the life affirming truths which seem to find me in this place? There’s no way to tell, no way of saying for sure I’ll have all I need to live a life I feel at home in. All I know is, if I’m able to hold to this emotional state; if I can retain this sense of purpose, connection, unity, and understanding...
I’ve got a lot to look forward to.
- TJ ...
... and had a great day, it was pouring with rain and we just said take us to a palace. It was a great ride, total chaos, floods, the lot. We got dropped off at an impressive temple and took shelter from the rain. the rain wouldnt stop, so in the end we took our shoes off and went to go in the temple.The nice man with the machine Gun told us they werent serving heathens today and so we headed off to another part of the ...
... summers, the rope-way is used to take the tourists for paragliding, in winters its used as a ski lift. The rope way is truly state of the art German engineering. The meticulously designed gears are operated by a motor to move the cable car precisely. After reaching the top, we walked down a little to reveal the edge of a steep mountain. That was the place we were supposed to start. The guide made us repeat this "If I don't run, I fall". He made us repeat this thrice ...