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... meant service was good.
Arrived at hotel at 02:00 IST ( 20:30 GMT) settled in my upgraded room (although I think maybe every gets that). Only slept for 4 hours due to time slip. Up at 09:30 local time for breakfast. This is certainly multi-cultural with Japanese, Chinese, India, French and British available. Great parathas, especially with 2 fried eggs on top!! Lots of choice of spiced dishes but nothing too hot.
Went off to first tour: tour ...
I'm sat on the top bunk of my train compartment sipping masala chai and trying to work out how I feel about India. In 24 hours or so I will be in Nepal and away from the chaotic hustle and bustle of the train stations, away from the continuous stares and constant sales patter, away from scruffy, smiling children, and steaming piles of excrement. Away from malnourished faces of people and cattle alike. Away from a ...
... as in the states, but the types of food were all varieties of Indian. One station had pani puri (I learned that another name is Golgappa), another had south indian, another had indo-chinese...etc.
We stepped into a TGI Fridays at the mall for happy hour...buy one get one free drinks! So, of course, we chose the best (as in strongest and largest) drink...an Ultimate Long Island Iced Tea =) The menu and decor was ...
... disciplined. They gave a demonstration of Yoga during their general assembly. It was very great to see these children and also their teachers putting so much love and care into this program.
We went to see a factory producing Ganesh (son of Shiva and god of ….) statues. We saw the process, we saw the poor people working in awful circumstances, but still very thankful to have a job and proud to demonstrate the process. The company produces 7000 ...
... We stayed to the bitter end, literally going from the square, to the rickshaw, to the airport. Our final hours in India were some of the best and made me realize that after four months here, we didn't even scratch the surface. There is so much culture, food, music, people, religion, climate, geography, history - all with so much depth and realness here, it would take lifetimes to truly experience it all. India, I love you, and I will be back.
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