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... nobody at the hotel on behalf of Explore re a meal, etc. Ever hear of guidebooks, the internet, going with the other newbies, etc?
Lucas seems easy going. He has a slightly lower key style than Anuj but he will be fun. Back to the room to download, blog stuff, etc before bed around 0030.
... of traffic and nobody moving. We thought it was just the roadworks, but as we got through it we realised it was a broken down bus. With all this and the other traffic we hit, we got delayed by about 1 and a half hours. We didn't get to Joan's house until 1pm! So all in all the journey took us 8 hours!! Joan, Kevin, Tanya and Lorna were there and we all had lunch. Kevin had cooked massala chops (mum loves these and remembered them from last time she went to visit ...
... and now the boys wanted it too! Monday 2nd April 2012 Time for some sight seeing. We cycle first to the five rathas - they are temples made from single pieces of rock. Bani explains to us that Ratha means chariot and this is what the are meant to look like. Each one is dedicated to a Hindu god. We then cycle to the Shore Temple. It is very close to the shore line and we could actually see it from the beach. This is a temple for the god shiva. The tsunami that hit here ...
India a big country that is about 1/3 the size of the U.S which contains tall mountains (Himalayan Mountains), Desserts, and Plains. The people there are very religious and family oriented and also are very giving. Giving to them means sharing items with others. They live in houses that are typically made ...
... is no country in the world as interesting and no people as quirky and there are in India. The country is changing at an alarming rate. You see it in most the metro cities as the look more and more like your carbon copied western city. It is only a matter of time before this western disease consumes the whole identity that makes India so unique and exciting. If your thinking about going there stop thinking and go now before its too late.