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... long pants gawking at every half dressed woman. To add to the confusion of the Indian men staring at the western women, whom all seemed to be European, over 50 and pasty white, many of the Indian men were partaking in man-on-man hand holding. Not just holding hands but the full interlocking finger ship that most romantic partners enjoy. Even the occasional swinging of hand was witnessed. We spent the day exploring the back alley walkways of the town ...
... them anything, I just listened and left them to it and their problems
(some may thinki I am wrong, but I dont think anyone would help me out, especially if they dont know me and just met me)
Why aren’t they eating street food and WHY are they on a budget in India? I guess if they had nothing left in the ‘budget’ they wouldn’t eat, these people do make me laugh, they travel, but can’t afford it, India must be the cheapest ...
... massive country in the night.
My first encounter the next morning was with a lovely Indian woman on the train who welcomed me to India and shared a well known expression in Hindi that translates to " In India, tourists are our Gods." Upon returning to our four person berth, I shared this story with Stan and our two Indian train travel companions. They both acknowledged this well known expression, and for the duration of the trip provided us with food, ...
... go to a hotel for dinner which was very plush compared to what we had been used to. We had cocktails and wine and pigged out on the all you can eat buffet (we just couldn't stop eating) it was quite expensive but worth every penny. We went up over 8 times and came back with full plates and left feeling slightly sick. The next day was very much the same apart from it was quite a stormy but we found a private beach which only had 2 other people on it ...
... that there was finally time to relax so we read our books down by the river, but at 3.30pm we were back into yoga again, for a scary 2.5 hours. By this time I was very hot from the day and aching from the morning class and it was a very full on class (with about 30 salutations to the sun if you are familiar with them!) so by the end I just felt like a bag of potatoes that had been thrown around the room all afternoon. Dinner was at 6pm and then we were expected to go to ...