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Travel Blogs from Noida
Finally got to Delhi after 36 hrs via Singapore. ...all because of my
single entry visa for india...seriously jet lagged so slept till 2 and then
went for a suit and shirt fitting and a haircut with my father in law. Got
my 1 month beard shaved off with a straight blade. So great to see Meghna
after a month. ...
... always understand what she is talking about, or needs and wants. We are learning a few words in Tamil, but have yet to know any words in Hindi beyond Je/yes, Lefta/left, and righta/right.
It will be interesting to see how she will be once we are home and are with our children. We have high hopes that she will love being with them since she has enjoyed skyping them.
Well, it is time to give Deepthi her "kaleekulah", or her bath.
God is good!
... by scoring well and retiring as does the big hitting Chopper. The Skipper hits out well, including a six, and hobbles well enough to retire at 35. Good contributions were made by Robin Reliable and Steensie. In addition to Frank the other walking wounded, myself and Forbsey contributed ducks, but Simon had no excuse. Go Forward young man!
Six overs to go and 41 runs were needed but with only two wickets in hand it was touch and ...
... as when I left the queues spread for miles.
I have hardly eaten any western food since I have left so I thought that I would pop into a MacDonald's. Why oh why I don't know as I am not a big fan of Mickey D's. Ordered a chicken meal as you either get egg burgers, veg burgers or chicken. Guess what - it was a very thin bit of pulp and ...
... the Indian perspective on how this famous revolution came to be. We also visited Jama Masjid Mosque, the largest in Delhi. It was beautiful. An opportunistic elderly man took it upon himself to mind our shoes for us when we were in the mosque, and we paid 20 rupees for the service. Some of the Indian tourists visiting the Mosque were more interested in taking photos of Karen and I than the architecture, and we happily obliged. This afternoon we visited a ...