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... freak out time!!
So far so good. I've always made it back!
Once I acknowledge their stares with nod, a smile and a good natured, "Hi There!", People open right up! They smile right back! Even the ones who's stare seem menacing! It is amazing what a smile will do! The men always wanting to shake my hand as well as know my name and country. The women also wanting to know my name and country and always offering their full name but telling me that I can ...
... seriously unimpressed! It's not even like in doing anything interesting enough to deserve a photo! Oh and they literally **** anywhere and everywhere! Anyway rant over! Not all Indian tourists are the same - it's generally just the groups of young guys. We left Chandigarh that evening to endure the bus journey from hell... 10 hours seated with no leg room and a stinky Indian foot kicking me in the back of the head all night!! That took us to ...
... Lotus. Inside there was Surya ridding his seven horse drawn chariot (all built in Gold) ,which was inturn placed on a pit, 15 feet deep filled with gold coins. Well, it has all been plundered by Gazni.
Every year on the 3rd week of January a classical dance programme is organised by the Gujrat Tourism.
I went to Modhera on a sunny day. The moment I entered the premises I could ...
... to give you any answer, possibly the best they can come up with and with good intentions, but I would rather prefer no answer at all than to be misled. I was going back and forth on the Delhi circular trying to find the road to Chandigarh when a car pulled over and the driver rolled down the window and asked me where i was going. I said "Shimla". "Go after me", he replied. After 30 minutes of chasing him between cars I was finally on the main road going ...
Around 10, Sukhmani decided it was time to start. She sings as one half of a duo with a cool guy called Hari (a very hip, moderate Sikh with no turban), performing their own modern arrangements of ancient Punjabi songs. Mostly, Sukhmani sings while Hari, who spent three years in Manchester studying electronic music, provides the backing music and vocals, and occasionally beatboxes. I wasn't sure what to expect, but I LOVED ...