Raaga's Raiin Tree
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... literally only had omelettes on it though so I made speedy exit. I did tell my new pal that I would be happy to take a Rickshaw back to the hotel but he insisted on taking me on his motorbike. Inhaling lungs full of petrol fumes I was whisked back to my hotel – yes of course I was wearing a helmet (ahem).
- I was generally impressed by the cleanliness of the place, impressed in relative terms to what I have seen of other Indian cities.
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... off. It was a really special time that I was able to spend with him and urged him to keep speaking. At around half past midnight, I hugged him goodbye and my uncle dropped me back at the house. It was an emotional parting but I’d had a wonderful visit with him and he was very happy to have gotten to spend time with myself and Meghan, whom he often told me was very adjustable and a wonderful girl. I agreed.
The following morning, or more like four ...
... photos of the bride and groom were taken, and then everyone lined up to take pictures with them. We got in line first, which was perfect because it meant that once our picture was done we would be first in line for the food! On the level above there was a buffet reception of all types of South Indian food - chaats, dosas, rice and sambar, and ice cream with fruit for dessert. It was very different to a reception back home - no speeches, no dancing, no booze, just pictures ...
... monastic life style without getting much of a sense of how things operated outside the monasteries I felt warmth for their people, especially seeing the ancient beautiful faces of the elderly Tibetans sitting together on the porch area of the temple at the nunnery. Some of their faces were faces I looked at curiously in a mystified light when I was a child skimming through a National Geographic section on ...