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... against it. And anyway, I could smell food cooking and I wanted it in my facehole so I was happy to wait and told the guy that it was no problem, I'd have some breakfast, read a book, there was no rush and rules are rules. It seems, however, that if you're cool with the rules then the rules can be bent a little. After I'd stuffed myself full of idli sambhar he checked me in before the official time with a smile and said, "We will just put today's ...
... speak the same language, but are able to gesture and smile enough to laugh about the big black goat on my front porch who enjoying the shade and chewing his cud agreeably while shying away from me with mild concern. Threatened because this was "my" cottage. "My" retreat and "my" glass window where they could peep in at any time. (Oh, dear. I think I sent my parents for a loop at that statment!). No! no one peeped! My decency and modesty are still intact! ;) But, it's disconcerting ...
We had a really noisy carriage with a complete section of about 12 young lads 18ish making a huge racket. They were cheering every tunnel and clapping along to the mechanical noise of the train and the cogs beneath us.The little train had to stop every 3/4 hour to fill up with water, which gave everyone a leg stretching, chai break ...
... in 1979. (They were relatives of the guy I was traveling with at the time.) I also visited them in 1981-82 during the year that I studied in Holland - and again when I studied in Cologne, Germany in 1983-84. Alas, with the passing of time, I lost touch with them. They were a big part of my life back then - and to this day I have still never met a more perfect family - a big, loving family of Dutch catholics with EIGHT intelligent, well-behaved ...
... without even discussing it, that we would have to move hotels. We made the arrangements and heading back to our underwhelming hotel. I was concerned Mr Gillies would take offence to our early departure so when I spoke to reception in the morning, I made up a story that we had bumped into some friends and where moving to another hotel to stay with them. Then my fears were realised, Mr Gillies appeared, he had heard what I had said and was shocked with the news. He told ...