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... with shredded coconut and fried, lentil soup and rice, and all kinds of other vegetables. I was not sure if all of this would agree with me, but I was not turning down these ladies. It was delicious. One of these kind ladies was an albino. I have seen quite a number in Bombay, which is what Indians still call Mumbai. I asked Naseem about albinos. I know that in certain parts of Africa, the witch doctors kill them because ...
... laptop and seemed most impressed with my make shift office. We got to chatting about stuff, laughed a lot, did about 15 high fives and generally enjoyed the conversation. Once he found out I used to be in the Army and he used to be a pilot in the Indian Air Force he started talking about job opportunities. Needless to say, it sounds completely dodgy, but it was a lovely way to pass the time whilst waiting for a bus.
... I’d decided, all the forks in the road I turned at in the course of my life. There it went, dipping below the water. As the last sliver fell beneath the sea, I heard a roar of cheering and applause. Turning my head I could see that our group of some 3 dozen admirers had become several hundred. The whole town was out to watch the sunset, celebrating the moment they saw the sun fall out of view. It made room for the stars. It gave way to the moon. It’s time of ...
... within a whisper of large trucks as oncoming traffic closes in. Part of it feels dangerous, part of it seems like a sumphony. Either way, it works...and I think that some of the uptight Seattle drivers could use some of this traffic experience for a bit of perspective.
... height: normal;">After freshening up, we went to the district tourist office to get some information about the places nearby, but to no avail. I wonder how all these public government offices work, everyone seems to vanish after turning up for work. We enquired with the local travels agents nearby and decided to visit the hot water springs of Vashist (6 kms from Manali).
It was a small temple. The hot water from the top of the hill was ...