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... willy to himself. His abscesses are getting better but one still requires a bucket of pus draining off each day due to the constant dragging of the hook on his body. Another elephant had his leg broken in an accident and his owner did **** all to fix it but make him carry on working the streets. Another was begging on the streets of Mumbai and was being fed fatty fried food by tourists and was so overweight her legs couldn't carry her. Another lady can not walk tidy because one of ...
... Place is a big circle), I pass HSBC well now that is a landmark if ever I see one and I did not pass it on the way I know I would have definitely remembered seeing it! So I know I'm on the wrong track but I did just receive an email asking me to pop in with my ID and proof of address...so I pop into the also familiar red and white hexagon to provide documentation....and the lady in there was delightful....she recognised who I was employed by and we had a ...
... afternoon and early evening, we made plans to explore before then as Ian and Narelle were intent on a Indian train ride.
Photos of our tour highlights, are included and certainly don't reflect the awe and feelings we experienced. However, just a few words on each of these:
i) the parliamentary sector- perched high atop a hill are the major Ministries and Houses of Parliament. All massive structures ...
... the original “closed”. When we refused to go in, he did take us back to somewhere close to the emporium but still insisted it was closed. We got out and paid, and as we crossed the street another guy again tried to tell us we were going the wrong way, that we were heading for a bank and the emporium was another building altogether. He got quite cross when we ignored him – but true enough the “bank” was in fact the place we had ...
... generally indicates the reverse, so I was amused rather than alarmed to get this response. It all worked out, although I have no idea if the driver ended up getting paid anything at the end of the day.
We spent two days in Delhi; on the first, we headed for Gandhi’s house. We took the Metro – this time much more easily than the first – and when we exited, found a rickshaw driver. We were now sensitized ...