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... he will tell his family that he is ready, they will contact their friends/relatives and see if there are any eligible suitors. Rajesh will then go to see these girls, and if they both "swipe right" then they are to be engaged.
Rajesh had some interesting opinions as to why this was a good method. His primary preference is that it means that the marriage is "fresh". None of this having to try hard to impress a girl. No, you can ...
... while rubbing his fingers together. I feigned confusion and just promised to keep the camera in our bag as I walked away. It seemed to work. After picking up our audio-tour that our foreign ticket entitled us to we made our way into the ornate entrance. Lauren and I both prefer audio-guides to real life guides because we're antisocial like that. This one was a little confusing as the numbers were not placed in numerical order along the 1-way path. So we had to do a couple of laps to ...
... here to follow courses in the different things. In Mysore, I arrived with Shanie, Michele and Yossef and later met Alejandra from Colombia. It was a good opportunity to practise Spanish and Alejandra, Michele and I spoke in this language together. Visiting the palace of the Maharaja at Mysore is like opening the book of the 1001 nights and stepping right in. Let a little bit of ...
... bit of a celebrity! Then Steve was asked for his picture - also with the ladies!!! We both caused a bit of a stir!
We find out that the family was on holiday from North West India and its not that often that they see westerners.
A rather buzzy ending to the day which put a smile on our faces as we left and headed onto dinner.
Friday 27th September
There was a phone placed right outside our bedroom which continuously rang over 30 times since ...
... br> One of the fellows on the trip, David, is from Wyoming. He is having some trouble with the food, I said that it seemed he had not come on this as a culinary tour, he said, no, nor a cauterization tour. Anyway, he told me of the acronym MEGO, my eyes glaze over and in my case, my ears have joined in. The history of India is long and complex so at this point the forts, palaces, temples are becoming a blur. We are winding down on visits to monuments ...