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... the road. I
don’t know if it was due to the fact it was a Sunday or because I was in the
sticks somewhere, but a bus didn’t pass for quite some time. A chap on a scooter
gave me a lift to civilisation in the end. Here I jumped on a bus heading
north. The seats in the back were all taken so I got to sit on the bench in the
drivers cab = great view!
This 20 pence, hour long bus ride, dropped
me in some place just north of Mandrem where I made a ...
... br> and at times nervousness about their business and how it is running. Like so
many of the places we’ve stayed, the sense we have is that they just can’t do
enough for you, and we are treated with amazing lashings of politeness and
grace by our humble hosts.
Staying here we’ve met two very cool and interesting ladies
from Brighton, Kat who runs a permaculture company and has some projects in
Devon, as well as teaching ...
... were dressed to the extreme watching naked buttocks wobble by, it was really odd. We relaxed well perved for a while is disbelief, perhaps the coach did crash? The other entertainment on the beach included the Indian men. Men in India are very affectionate with eachother and often hold hands. On the beach its brilliant fun to watch them in their Speedos sitting in the surf caressing eachother, giggling away as they all stroke or massage eachother in some way, the boys in India, their ...
Today is our last day at Hindu pharmacy. We dressed nice and and pressed our white coats. We have a presentation today! In the morning, we practiced and perfected our presentation. We were presenting a patient case over hypertension and diabetes. We departed for lunch and treated ourselves to The Upper House restaurant. I found this on tripadvisor, it had high ratings. It was very good. I never know what to order so ...
... br> ii) the volume / noise levels of the advertisements definitely rises when presented on TV. To the point, it is imperative that we have the remote in hand to mute at the appropriate times
iii) many cultural / religious channels, most of them offering live interaction with ceremonies
Finally, back to routine. Late in the afternoon we take a 10 minute walk to the local beach. As the "crow flies" we are only a few hundred metres away but the extra walk ...