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... company flies him there and back Monday to Thursday and pits him up In accommodation. And she is a journalist in DC. Wow! I'm feel dumb. It's their first time back to Kerala to see their family in three years so they're excited! They said that when they got married, here a wedding isn't that you invite people to the marriage, your parents who knows everyone Because they've lived in the community 60years, invites everyone to come along even if the bride ...
... which could only be reached by walking along the beach, was easy to find. but not quite as welcoming as we'd have hoped. They were less than happy we'd left the airport without the driver they had arranged for us, demanding we still pay his toll in full, which by our budget was a fair old whack! We argued for what felt like forever as i demanded it wasn't our fault and he hadn't been where we agreed! In the end we had ...
... filled a vile with balls of sugar and then added drops of a homeopathic liquid. The vile was shaken, a label was added and then given to the patient. The next section of the pharmacy was the patient care section. The concept of patient care facilitated by the pharmacist is relatively new in Goa. In this pharmacy, blood pressure screening, blood glucose screenings, height, weight, and BMI ...
... the suicidal tourists retreated and let us simply watch the sun go down. It was pretty and the breeze stripped the heat of the day off us.
We waded back across. We were entertained by the rapid transition from the cold river water to warm ocean. I splashed back and forth across the boundary. A huge mud flat had been exposed by the retreating tide. On it was what looked like the work of a thousand thimble sized moles. Little stacks of mud covered the ...
... Well just when we thought we felt pretty used to India it stepped up a whole new level! The photos became ridiculous - we would literally be on the smartphones of 100s of Indians!
Hampi is usually a chilled out village surrounded by huge boulders as far as the eye can see. It also has some of the most amazing temples over 30km which in its day was one of the main civilizations in India. Three of us went on a river cruise in a round basket type boat which was so tranquil to ...