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Today started off slow...or maybe it was us who was slow! After only 4 hours of sleep we were up and getting ready for the carnival by the pool. As it turns out, I was super slow, to the point where many of these photos are courtesy of others as I did not take a lot. Jet lag and a long night made for a not so functional me! The carnival was so much fun. Beer pong, flip cup, ring toss, fortune tellers and more! Plus the food. There were stations for the countries of family ...
... Tomorrow for the main Hindu Iyer wedding we need to wake up at 6 AM!
An avarage Indian puts 3-4 spoons of sugar in his coffee. When ordering tea or coffee, you need to ask for no-sugar in order to get a coffee of your taste.
Hand-Foot Henna: If you want to get some mehndi, there are people who ...
... best way to reach Kaup Beach is to get off on the
Manipal-Mangalore highway and take the short 2km walk to the beach through the
village and the coconut trees. Kaup is much cleaner as it is less visited, and
is also prominent because of the Lighthouse on the beach. You can reach the top
of the lighthouse at a meager 20 rupees ticket. The view from the top is
breathtaking and there is no better place to see the setting sun. ...
... or if we're really going to where he says we're going. "Very strong!" he adds again for emphasis and briskly walks through thin brush to a concrete wall. I'm standing outside the car, leaning against the door wondering where this ride will end. He is squatting next to the wall, peeing on it. Ah! Strong later! I understand now! He is squatting and spraying for a good two minutes before turning back towards the car. "Sit down now," he says. I oblige and we resume. For the duration ...
... process would go smoothly. After all, traveler’s tales of hours spent in queues are often told with a fair amount of exaggeration, and people always share bad experiences more widely than good. So it was with a hopeful and charming smile that I arrived at the Foreign Registration Office, housed inside the offices of the Commissioner of Police, the week after I arrived in Bangalore.
It was early morning, the traffic was heavy, and a rare clear blue sky was rippled ...