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... chilli sauce, tomato, cucumber, red onion and beetroot. After toasting they cut it into bite sized pieces, sprinkle over a thin potato chip type thing and grate some cheese over the top. Now I know some might say, "toasted salad sandwich, yuk" , but it was very very good, as was the lemon soda. Now, a word of warning. Salads and cold drinks are probably not the smartest thing in the world to eat due to the fact that the water they are washed in ...
... and as it pulled in, the usual questions about who I maybe seated next to came into being. Are they sane? Are they smelly? Will they take up all the compartment room, preventing comfortabiliy. All good though! We weren’t exactly about to play `I SPY’ with each other but it was all very civil.
The train ended up being delayed by two and a half hours, which in some ways suited me fine, as, THE CLOSER TO MORNING I arrived ...
... After some charm, they actually let us in and they spent a half hour getting me set up . On the tuk-tuk back, I asked Felix how that all happened (cause except for the head bobbling noted below, I was in the dark). He said one guy was the manager who had dropped in to his office while on a walk and he was willing to do this as a favour to Felix – whom he’d never met before. When ...
... bluntly, drugs in India are big business. After all of the patients in the waiting room were taken care of, Dr. Mehta would welcome a patiently waiting drug salesman into his exam room to give his pitch. And they were always waiting.
They were always polite, and very efficient. There may be half a dozen or so visits from them in a single clinical day. Armed with display books adorned with cartoon-like advertisements and pop-up cardboard inserts like ...
... they turned out to be very nice. People were walking in and out of the house as if it was the local clubhouse. We discussed a lot of things and skyped with Janine and kids in the Netherlands. It was a great and unforgettable evening!
In the afternoon w visited a ashram (Hindu temple) with a guru and did some praying.
My host sister is called Manali. The family is very modern, so she is getting engaged on the 26th of Feb with a ...