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... Mas se tudo o que me incomoda fosse diferente, bem, então não seria mais a “Incredible India” E se eu sempre tentar encontrar no novo algo que deixei no passado, é como jogar nas montanhas de lixo o mais precioso aprendizado que tive aqui, pois apesar de ser o mais difícil passo na evolução do ser humado, é preciso desapego para evoluir. E logo me lembrei de algo que li antes de chegar na India e guardei para minha reflexao:
... then as I wanted to ride an elephant and my grand-uncle promptly summoned the temple elephant which appeared at our doorstep - this was no howdah kind of ride - I (and my dad) had to climb on the kneeling elephant's leg and clamber on to its neck behind the mahout; I still remember the needle-like hairs on the elephant's back scratching my bare legs (since I was in aforementioned shorts and vest).
Fast forward some 15 or 20 years later, visiting my grand uncle, ...
... orientation for the next bit was spotty at best. We never did find the Kashmir Gate, locals seemingly mixing it up with the nearby Kashmir Gate Railway Station. The sun's location overhead did not assist. We ventured off in three directions before an exasperated roomie advised he was not comfortable walking in the atea, was tired and hungry. We arranged for a tuktuk back to the Red Fort area, a polluting but fun way to travel ...
... tastes and colors
If we had to choose one of our favorite things about the trip, it would probably be the new cultures and languages we have discovered and above all, the taste of new foods from the rich cuisine of the countries we visited : giant crabs in Vancouver, fresh ceviche in Lima, tender steaks in Buenos Aires, fresh fish in Easter Island, fish marinated in coconut milk in Polynesia, seafood freshly caught ...
... thinking but I am not sick so I guess that it is true that Ganesha only brings the good luck.
We saw a tomb after this. So India - Christmas is a day when all the schools go out for felid trips so school children everywhere! And they all come say "Merry Christmas," and they shout it from their buses and everyone we meet wants to tell us. The little girls came up and touched our hands. They were really cute and excited.