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... marinat amb llet de coco de la Polinčsia, el marisc acabat de pescar de Kota Kinabalu, el curry verd que vam fer nosaltres mateixos a Bangkok, el delicat sushi del mercat Sukiji de Tokio, l’ŕnec lacat de Beijing, el nombrosos pans de l’Índia...La llista és inacabable. També hem menjat plats que segurament no tornarem a provar mai més com el conillet d’Índies de Cusco, l’alpaca ...
... some of the areas in and around Agra which shook us to the core. Living in a developing country as we do, we do see poverty, but nothing like the rawness we witnessed here, yet we still saw joy and smiles against all odds. When we returned to our room later in the day we both could not shake what we had witnessed from the start of our day, in the end, we gave what we could and offered humble prayers. We chose to see the Taj at sunrise, and happy we did, as we witnessed the ...
... stares from the men entering the shop and finally someone working there had me stand on the stairs, just inside and he stood with me (as a precaution?). It took Nick some time to shove his way to the front and select the $15 bottle of marginal Indian red wine and then we hightailed it out of there.
My second observation was that the rumors about men groping women are true... I think. They are very sneaky about it. While waiting at the beer store I had a man trip ...
... and the shower didn't work. Shelly didn't sleep a wink due to a combination of incessant beeping of rickshaw horns 24/7 and the knowledge that their may have been a cockroach nest in our headboard. Shelly made us sleep with our feet at the headboard because that would "stop them getting us," and sprayed the room with cockroach spray enough to knock out even the largest of Indian elephants and left us with sore throats in the morning. Although this firs day felt like we had been ...
... Connaught Place was that I managed to purchase an extra Canon battery for around AUD$60. That was 2900 Rs. (As I was writing this blog entry on 31 Dec at Bikaner, I spat out a clear plastic ribbon from my scoop of ice cream!)
Returned to Paharganj and checked out Metropolis restaurant. Dinner was a superb but expensive mutton biryani washed down with a delightful mango lassi. Had to retire earIy at 9pm - jet lag kicking in! I thought I did well ...