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Travel Blogs from Noida
... toilets blocked, seats in grand stand broken. Nice things don’t appear to be maintained in India.
The ground and pitch are excellent, level and well grassed. However there is heavy dew on the ground. The ground staff hand roll the pitch and rope the moisture off the outfield.
By agreement we bowl first. Wayne bowls well enjoying the grassy conditions. As usual the Indians hit at anything pitched up. Steensie hurts ...
... want to
add to this height by giving Ginger platform soles that would give
her an extra 6''. Given that the street was heaving, these
sole-sticker-onners were definitely on the ball to spot her pathetic
footwear in the first place – so credit where credits due I say.
Funnily enough, while granted Ginger's
sandals were no Jimmy Choos, the majority of the crowd were either in
summat real shabby, ...
... 8217;t hard to spot.
Greetings and handshake dispensed with, I went in search of money. I had purchased $500 U.S as back-up, emergency money but had been unable to purchase Indian rupees anywhere locally in Taiwan. However, my bank had assured me that their debit card would work for withdrawing local currency against my Taiwanese account so long as I used the correct international code. I decided to try my luck at a couple of ATMs. The first couple of machines ...
... in these areas becomes a warren of tunnels passing through the lives of many. Computers playing cricket matches sit next to antique bookbinding presses still being used in the tiny cubicle of space still allotted them.
We all agree to a world of a certain sort. An agreement of necessity established by history flavored by the whims of the moment and the demands of survival. A sort of mutual insanity. A thought requiring more scrutiny, exploration
But what ...
... s a big team dinner at a Thai place. I have always thought of Thai food as Indian Junior, so in my mind this makes sense. Kind of like Indian food with more shrimp & coconut milk. When I said this to Madhukar he looked at me like I had two heads so I'm probably alone in this belief.
It may be because in Pittsburgh when I was growing up we only had one "foreign" cuisine and that was "Chinese". I put this in quotes because now that I've had ...