Nalapad Residency Ooty
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... eating very wet curry and rice without the help of a fork or even a roti. There are no showers, instead we have a jug and bucket. Luckily for me as a qualified vet I am given an upgrade on arrival and the prove ledge of a Western toilet! Turns out I was also lucky in that I only stayed for half of the course before moving on. The rest of the group ended their trip with food poisoning, four spending their last night in an Indian hospital followed by a pretty unpleasant trip ...
... trains. If I had known that, I would have taken them all the time as, in contrast to heads, two beds are better than four!
For the first hour of my trip I was alone in my compartment, so I decided to fire up my computer and see if my internet connection worked. To my surprise and delight, it did - so I dashed off my first ever emails from a rolling train - while at the same time watching my stocks. (The market had just opened - and, predictably, I ...
... from a fairy tale - hidden in the woods.
Chandra's story: He is a 68-year old man living on his own after his wife left him a couple of years ago. But he wasn't your ordinary 68-year old man. He had spent his younger days working as a scientist at the Technical University in Berlin - and he spoke fluent German! What a surprise! He told me that he very much welcomed the opportunity to converse with me because he doesn't find ...
... Saudi Kingdom" - about life in Saudi Arabia; yesterday it was "AIPAC - The Israeli Lobby", about how Israel essentially and effectively controls the United States for its own benefit by controlling the funding of America's politicians. The cleverest thing that they have done is making criticism of Israel unacceptable by accusing critics of being anti-Semitic.
I also started reading my first novel of the trip, the prize winning book ...
... By this time it was dark and people were reclining back in their seats for the nights sleep.
With both George and I sharing a seat it was hard to be comfortable and we woke up lots, and at these times I got to see just how manic the drivers driving was, just the kind of thing one should rather be blithely unaware of.
An old lady gave up on her seat altogether and simply lay down in the dusty dirty aisle with a child asleep against her lower legs.