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... and forced us all into the line! LOL Everyone was nice so i smiled back and bowed my head and took the food and drink. We then get outside and since it would be disrespectful to throw anything away we had to consume these items. So Leanne and I did. Cecily was going to throw hers away but Rashmi stopped her and told her that would be extremely disrespectful. By this time we could see our hotel so we asked the police and they confirmed ...
... and his dog (child) came up asking for photos with me ( i believe this happens to most white people) goodness knows where these photos will end up, Mr Kumar said probably on the lounge wall at home (and he wasn't joking) he explained many locals come from the farms and have never seen a white person before - he said they think we look like dolls that's why they want a picture so they can boast to their friends at home they've met a muzungu!
The drive back from Agra ...
... where we experienced an AMAZING thunderstorm and rain.
We later visited a monkey temple and bought some groceries.
Since things at the hotel were kind of iffy, and our room was tiny, we were invited to a VIP dinner at the hotel;s Italian restaurant. It was lovely. :)
Now we're off to explore the hotel and head to bed.
Cya tomorrow! ...
... buildings all along - so I am not sure why he did not tell us to go there straight away, he did say they sometimes do not let you out at the station). It is odd being the only westerners on the tube and everyone looking at you. On getting back to Karol Bagh we found a bar called arpit - where we may have had 2 large beers! Time to meet Sorab at 17:00, with 2 mins to spare. Off to train station via minibus, coach B1, Maxine and I ...
... Winter has arrived and it's getsting very cold at night. Gandhi's Memorial is in one of these white concrete buildings, although a significantly humbler one. This is the place where he spent the last 144 days of his life, and where he was assassinated by a zealous hindu. The building and grounds are large and expansive but not pretentiously so. The entire place is immaculate. The main building has ...
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