The Piccadily Lucknow
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14 April 2015
Today we should and up at 06:00h to see how the weather is. It's raining so we will not go for a walk in the park anymore but we make our self ready for leaving. After breakfast and a warm good bye we are brought to the bus stop one by one on a motor. There were two young girls who likes to practice their English and the ask if they may be on the photo with me. As it is Nepali's New Year Day a ...
... to see the Taj under moonlight. Unfortunately it was too cloudy to fully appreciate the Taj under moonlight, but the view at night was still a great one.
After the disastrous bus journey, we spent the day praying our train tickets for the evening would get confirmed, but it was not our day. We made it all the way upto positions 1 and 2 on the waitlist but no seat! We decided to follow the advice of locals and board the train anyway ...
... to search for a job.
When we arrived in Delhi tonight, it was a little hectic trying to get a cab to drive our group back to the EMI office. The cab drivers are crazy! They practically hunted Huberth down and chased him all over the parking lot trying to get him to choose them. Huberth said they were basically pushing up the charge beyond what the normal fare is, but ultimately we didn't have a choice. We jumped in two vans and were ...
Let’s recap the last 24 hours…
For dinner last night, Jenna and I joined interns Josh and Ryan and we walked several blocks to a nice restaurant along a bustling road. The streets lights around here are minimal at best and you have to squeeze through alleyways while avoiding questionable wet spots on the ground. It appeared as though it was recently remodeled and there were blue, orange, and green lighting accents all over the ...
... Sounds a lot like "Mr.....Richard?". The Haridwar mystery was solved.
Tomorrow I'll report on my time in Lucknow, and will try to use the hotel computer to download some pictures. Please let me have your comments. As my clinical psychologist friend told me today, "Alone is better than lonely". I am fine being alone in India, but occasionally it does get lonely. Your comments help a lot, and motivate me to keep blogging.
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