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... of how present and in the moment we have been over the past few days. India does that to you, one has to. In looking back we had a wonderful time in Jaipur and grateful for our time in such a fascinating city full of so much history and culture. We spent the next day visiting with Carol as she was now back from Australia and getting our last minute walks and visit in with Lilly. We finished our day with a lovely dinner out with Carol, Gren and their daughter Eve, made our ...
... t`really get a feel for it until the next day when I looked out of my window...busy doesn't`t even come close! The place is nuts! I had another day before the rest of my tour group arrived so I decided to hide in the hotel as I didn't`Fancy venturing out alone! My roommate, Maja (pronounced Mia to me and you),came the next morning. Maja is basically a Swiss-German version of Cheryl Price(my uni housemate), so we get on like a house on fire! We went for ...
... and (to put it bluntly) poo on the streets was also immensely visible. We did notice the public toilets that were available in most places. Tom learned the hard way. He thought he was about to go through a ‘walkway’ - which looked more like a bus shelter with an extra wall - and interrupted another man’s moment. As the sight and smell abruptly hit him, his agility to move backwards so quickly was impressive.India is renowned ...
... that he was politely telling me to shut up. I apologized for talking loudly as my ears are still not working properly and he smiled, nodded and said "is ok". Did he even understand me? We drive quickly through the streets where the signal lights do not work...when they do work they are all yellow and everyone nearly ends up in a head on collision in the middle while beeping and flashing lights at one another until someone moves. Many ...
... pretty sweet dance moves. Back to food, I'm trying to find a balance between eating everyone in sight, and politely saying no thank you. Most people brush off the no and give you more food anyway. It's delicious, but bad for my figure. I'm also happy to say that I haven't gotten Dehli Belly (assume you guessed what this means is correct) and I've eaten a lot of things people told me not to eat, including street food ...
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