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... head of hair and scruffy beard over to a smart young man to ship into shape. As this was Mark's first ever shave with another person holding the blade, it was worth a TV session and all the barbers in this tiny shop all paid studious attention to the unfolding drama! Happy to report Mark survived as did the poor man whose job was sorely supervised!
Day ended with room service and a lousy movie - ...
... the destination. I get out rapidly and pay the agreed upon amount. He of course follows me inside and yells for about five minutes as I continuously repeat in a loud voice you need to leave. I am not an advocate of yelling, and usually this only escalates situations, but I have found as soon as I yell back for a period of time they looked so surprised and leave.
Thanks India for wanting me to stay a bit longer, but I have a plane to catch. Right now.
... br> Now with most rickshaw drivers offering a low price , there is a catch . This one was to go into 3 shops where he would get commission. We agreed only because we had time to kill BUT the shops were all so expensive and no surprise when the only customers were Westerners! After the second shop - still cant find a T shirt ! - I firmly told the driver - No More shops just take us to C.P) which he did and off we went to explore.
Everyone we have spoken to about ...
... help' of Uncle-G. After a massive que fight Shaun managed to FINALLY drag himself and two tickets out of the writhing mass of Indian bodies and we clambered on to the 'Delux VIP' bus.
Someone once told us (please ignore the spelling) "Sab Sguch Meliga" meaning anything is possible in India!
What a #@*******FFFFF load of @#@*SSSSSSSSS that turned out to be!!!!!!! (at least as far as buses are concerned)
Still gotta love India right : ) : ) : ) : ) : )
... that friends are staying at and the girls tried swimming. It is so amazing to see all the stuff that is new to them... eating at a restaurant, swimming, everything. We are now at the apartment. Disha is coloring and we are going to bed soon. We go to the Taj. It's 4 hours there and back. This is probably not the best update but I am tired. I am also very saddened because I found out that a classmate that I graduated with died after a long battle with depression. So until ...
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