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... The Great
Grover Wine Festival which I had seen advertised on huge billboards. True to
Indian nature, it was advertising for nothing and the event was totally
disappointing: one or two stalls, an oversized stage set-up and price of wine
was on top of the ten pound entrance fee! Given that the event was held in some
bizarre modern, ‘urban living experience’, an attempt at creating a western
suburb in Bangalore. Not many people were attending ...
... Heathrow on 16th December, we hired a car and set off to Hampshire where my daughter Lucy lives. To say she was surprised is an understatement, after we hugged and cried for about 10 minutes she informed us the whole family had a dreadful cold, oh. Sure enough, 2 days in to the visit we went down with it only I got the flu. Haven't felt so poorly for a long, long time. We decided to leave early to catch the doctor on the Monday. Don't remember the drive home, slept all ...
... bike, or longer if exploring takes the mood. I’m calling this place the Spain of India now, given that pretty much all of the Indian influence has drained out of the place, thanks to the deluge of tourists. Although, that said, if you take the back roads, escape the maddening crowds, the back roads still offer a glimpse of rural Indian life with colourful markets, fruit and flower sellers crouched on the floor and raggedly, happy children playing with sticks and tyres.
... a glass casket. The Vatican cut off his hand to carbon date it, so it is in Rome. One person pulled off his toe, so that is kept separate, too. This fellow is definitely not getting to rest in peace...... Pieces, maybe. They move the Saint from one church across the street to another church when the unveiling happens. Right now, they are making massive shade towers out of wood scaffolding to handle the great amount of people they expect. Everyone has a paint roller ...
... that is situated two more stops from Madgaon, so we had to buy a ticket and wait until 5.10 for another train. There were no other tickets besides the 2nd class but since it was just a small ride (1 hour) we didn’t care so much. When the train arrived since we didn’t want to miss it we got on the train and started walking through the particular carriages but then we couldn’t cross to our wagon in the 2nd class and got stuck in a 3AC class. ...