Pali Beach Resort
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... Yes, that's right, I'm going to be in ANOTHER film! - this time only as an extra although this time i was paid and fed. It was a very long day starting from 7 and ending at 10pm. The film is called Dil Dhadakne Do and inclkides some apparently very famous Bollywood stars, who were basically singing and dancing in front of us all day!
The film is set on a cruise ship and the scene is a dance sequence at a show with flapper girls. ...
... I also had the occasional "madame you want a joint, hash, weed," which I politely declined. I was also followed by two young males in a busy street asking my name so I humoured myself and weaved in and out cars until they lost interest. Mumbai has been amazing and we were sad to leave but the state of Rajasthan awaited. Our passing message on a sign at traffic lights was "get home in peace and not pieces," which we intended to do. - ok so I lied about the next one being ...
... a bit of whisky. And also loved to spill everything. Sam and I chatted to him for over an hour about Bombay, Goa and Kerala and found out some 'local' tips whilst drinking Dewar scotch on the rocks and watching a film about illusionists robbing people. Didn't even think about time of flight until we were out of Europe (past Turkey). Food was decent. I had ...
... things, clean them up, make them look new and sell them pack to the company. An example of this which impressed me was the 20 liter used paint cans. The paint company sells the empty cans to them (you have to remember that they still have some paint inside). They heat up the cans to remove the paint, they then beat out any bends or folds on the outside of the can. The finished cans that I saw looked brand new. They then sell them back to the ...
... the emotions that I did with it, I would come back. Whether I will or not remains to be seen - it's a big world and I've got big plans for my time on it. I had found a Starbucks in Colaba where I could use the internet for some essential contact. In my first communications I had dubbed India "the worst country in the world" but I was wrong and I apologise for that. I'm sorry, India - I misunderstood you and hadn't given you a fair chance. Despite everything I still rate India ...