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... does put a massive buzz inside me, with all the smiles hellos and waves you receive just walking down the street. Obviously some are there to get money from you, but for every money grabber (and who can blame them) there's a genuine person ready to throw some positive balance at you. Like giving them more money than you should have and them returning half of it back to you. Good karma.
We didn't do a great deal ...
... And dinner? They are aghast that I might just have steamed veggies or something of the sort. I feel like they're constantly amazed that I don't eat as much or as richly. Where, I feel the same way about them. That I don't understand how you can eat cooked food all the time in a tropical environ. Don't you want more fresh, more light when it's summer and heat? I've tried numerous times to psychoanalyze the reasons Indians eat the way they do. Yes. It is SOOOOO yummy. Everything ...
... them, then they went down a pipe, then they were cut and they went into a weird cylinder with funny ends called something like a "googly". That "cooked" the tea.
Later on the tea got sieved into the different grades.The factory smelt of a muggy leafy smell and at the end we got a sample of tea and I'm not a big tea fan but I really really liked it.
... study in Germany for awhile. He was picked up at the airport in Frankfurt and driven for three hours to the home of his hosts. Finally he could hold in his thoughts no longer - and he blurted out, "Sir, doesn't your horn work?" For Indians, it is impossible to imagine driving for a minute - much less for three hours - without honking the horn. I think that the horns here are activated by pressing on the brakes.
During my weeks here I have also ...
Now, I just want to share one of my travelling rules with you - when I read guide books or reviews on the internet about places to stay and the most prominent attribute is “I felt part of the family” or “Mr Kumar made us very welcome and the staff are very friendly” I avoid it because, when on holiday, I like to do what I want to do and I don’t want to have to be grateful to somebody else for organising my life – selfish maybe ...