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... avoidance of eye contact; I felt afterwards I treated the devotees as lepers.
This was a big low point - a reality check on my journey through India. I managed to get in touch with a few memories that contributed to my mistrust toward the devotees ... it was a very big memory from my teens, a fleeting contact (five minutes) with a Hari Krishna guy whilst walking to a motorbike show in Birmingham. At the time it left me feeling very vulnerable; ...
... rickshaw. As all rickshaw rides are negotiable I had already decided what was an exceptable charge for an early morning ride; as it turned out the driver read my mind. Although they have meters in Nasik they are not used.
I arrived in plenty of time anticipating some necessary observations on other trains but it was not required. A large digital screen told me exactly where to find my pre-booked seat in the right coach relative to the trains position ...
... we just have to chill out, it's not a bad thing. I don't think we could have handled a third night of partying with Pranav and Jinal.
In the evening Pranav's parents arrived back from a wedding so we all had tea together, even Jane made it. It was lovely to meet and stay with such a welcoming Indian family. We had had a lovely ...
... a lift with another guy to the Bollywood nightclub venue, I will have to take his word for it - Jane informs me it was Ashish.
The nightclub was outside in a large courtyard. There was a stage where he DJs and Ketan did their thing! The music was Indian in style and the beat was perfect. I hadn't expected to enjoy it as much I did. We danced and met lots of lovely people.
On the way home Pranav opened the sun roof, stood up and ushered me to do the ...
... ladies I work with could show me how to wrap it. I'm beyond bummed as I was going to wear it to a function later in November. The travel gods are rattling my cage.
Every story has a silver lining: I've met some wonderful people here in India. You cannot replace a smile. So through everything, no matter what, keep your head up and smile!