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... can't play poker and whiskey tastes like the spunk of Satan's minions so I ordered a Romanov vodka. At 2.30pm. On my own. Oh, and a bottle of coke because I'm British like that.
- And in other news, everything just seems calmer where rickshaws aren't allowed to go... Jus' sayin'.
... Joking we checked the price on a room which was 16000 ruppee (that's around $1 to 60 rupee...you do the math) Why not we said! And we booked in for one night. Our bags were taken to level 15 where we enjoyed our first hot shower since arriving in India. Down to breakfast where we dined with the business elite. There was even a Sheik or two. The breakfast buffet must have been 20 meters long. You name it....it it was avaiable. Freshly cooked pancakes, cereal, bacon ...
It was probably good that everything went kind of wrong in Mumbai, because after how right Indore went I was starting to think how it'd totally feasible to just learn hindi and move to India. Mum would presumably not have liked that though so I'm glad my Mumbai experiences reminded me of how crazy India can be. Basically, all was pretty much sorted - I had a place to stay - in fact TWO places to stay and I was under the impression that the school knew ...
... we sometimes take for granted in our own country.
Lassie - not the sweet Indian drink! By Steve!
Never really been a fan of dogs. Having looked after a couple for friends I have always found them to be needy and a burden; needing to be walked constantly, having to remember to save plastic bags to pick up their ****, (that act alone has always stopped me from considering ever owning one). They smell, they slobber, can't be left alone, ...
... mark bowls out busting the shades, holding a map up looking like Arnie from terminator). The young guy was very genuine though, he explained that things obviously aren't safe at the min in Delhi from what happened in the news and explain that he doesn't want us to think all Indians are the same. He organised a taxi (weird 3wheel open car thing) for us and actually came with us to drop us off at a English help centre and then got a taxi back to the station where he began ...