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... would like their temple... pink, mauve, aqua, yellow... it was brilliant to see and so different.
Next stop was an artists colony specifically religious sculptors who were currently making statues of the goddess Durga for a 4 day festival in Sept. Amazing to watch the process from straw models, which get covered by river clay and them get painted crazy bright colours and dressed up. After 4 days the statues get put in the river and that is that. Most of the ...
... out and try some of the street food that the city is famous for & I must say, it lived up to expectation. The city has many shops and markets and it is definitely somewhere to get all the presents and cheap clothes etc. before flying home. As for us, we are not flying home so none of that! On to Thailand for us... My final thoughts: India, I must say, is an incredible assault on all senses and inhibitions. It is such a far cry from home that at times it doesn't feel real! ...
... we commenced our full day tour. Places we visited included the old East India Trading Co over the lake, Post Office, St Johns Anglican Church, Jain Temple made of all mosaics, Victoria Monument, St Paul's Church, an area where all the statues for the upcoming festival are made, these statues are made from a bamboo stick with straw and biodegradable components, then painted for sale and as once the festival is over, the statues are thrown ...
... from the school, institute or college for the planned trip to Switzerland mentioning the dates of the trip.
15. A copy and original marriage certificate issued by the Registrar of Marriages of the concerned State, duly legalised by the competent State Home Ministry or names of spouses endorsed on the passports
16. Overseas Medical Insurance policy.
o Minimum coverage of 30,000 Euro per person
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... as we trod our path through this alien world which challenges us both physically and emotionally with every step.
On several occasions if we want a ride in a hand pulled rickshaw. Although we are acutely aware that for the men who earn their living from this onerous job, every fare is essential, we decided, long ago, that we would never be pulled along in this manner. For us it would be a step too far.
We notice that we are drawing closer to the back-packer enclave ...