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... 8217;. Again, delicious – as with the other restaurants we have been to so far, it was full with local Indians, always a good sign. Clearly pretty well-to-do people, who filled the restaurant around 9pm – the women in brightly coloured saris and sparkling with gold, and the men in fairly ‘western’ clothes. Ella and Jack couldn’t face more than tomato soup – still so full from lunch. Everyone managed some Woolies chocolate Easter ...
... for locals and a top spot for people-watching. Giant-balloon sellers, photographers, beggars and touts rub shoulders with Indian and foreign tourists, creating all the hubbub of a bazaar. Boats depart from the gateway’s wharfs for Elephanta Island and Mandwa. Took a picture for 100 rupees from street young photographer. Took a few nice pics of the place, walked around it. Saw the big balloons sellers outside, the balloons are in mace shape, probably because ...
... usually of the jewellery variety, while drinking our juices, our eyes wandered over to the little stand selling little bits of jewellery. As my mum was sitting down somewhere, this gave me the opportunity to put my currently flourishing Hindi skills to the test, alongside some keen bartering. With my best "Angrezhi Hindi" as my little cousin Inaya is constantly chiding my accent for, we bought the stall owner down on his price for two necklaces, nearly leaving ...
... day (British flash back) this daily philosophy gem read “Let’s talk sex baby – Let’s talk about you and me “Salt n’ Pepper 1991. That is the Indian Times all over the paper that also delivered other such beauties as “We’re all at it” an article expressing the heart breaking facts that 49% of Rajasthan men think domestic violence is acceptable and worst of all 53% of women agree with this. You can ...
... and horses and vibrant colour will not be forgotten. The hundreds of thousands of magnificent coconut palms swaying in the breeze on the lovely beaches of Goa was a sight to behold. These are all images that will last a long time and cannot be captured on camera. To see it all in person is to believe it.
Thank you, India, for enriching our lives in so many ways. We don't think any other country has left such an impact on us as you have.
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