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... itself). Looks like fly tipping - everywhere! Rubbish is flung from bus windows and out of hands anywhere and everywhere. There just isn't a culture of putting rubbish in bins - and they must be blind to it, or accept it as normal. Don't get me wrong, I've loved my time in India. We've seen some truly amazing sights, visited fascinating places and met some lovely people. Experiences that we wouldn't have had anywhere else in the world - and that's what travelling is all ...
... always the universe has its ways.
All in all, quite an adventure :-)
I think ill save the story about Nepal which initially this blog was meant to be about for another time as I've just realized this turned into a long enough write up for one day :)
Just for the record.. Ill never do anything like that again and always super safe, this was a one off which can best be described by 'desperate times call for desperate measures'
Massive hug ...
... farm experience!! We packed our bags, so we didn't have to do that tonight or tomorrow morning. Well they are rather full now! :p Time for the beach now. On our way out to the car we ran in to brother Lenny and asked him to join us, and so he did! Both of us still had to buy our last presents for our family members so after arriving at the beach we had a wander around the shops first. There is a shop right next to the restaurant where Uncle Maurice ...
... no thankyou'. A huge wave crashes as I paddle on and I am soaked. No matter, the sun is so hot I am dry within ten minutes. There are no posh hotels here, only beach shacks some of which claim to be luxury accommodation. We conclude that some plywood must be more luxurious than other varieties. Actually many of the walls look like they are made from old packing cases to us. I can see the appeal of waking up and seeing ...
... just below the knees, it was the perfect temperature. Not warm, definitely not cold, just slightly cool and refreshing. I took one huge breath to soak in the moment, looked up at the night sky, switched the iPhone flashlight on, and made my way back to Eric who waited for me at the edge of the restaurant. I slept relatively well after that. Comfy bed with a mosquito net around it. No A/C, but a tropical breeze and the sound of ocean waves to soothe me to sleep. "Relax man, this is ...