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... there even more elaborate decorations and for us it seemed rather soulless ,perhaps in time it will develop but it just seems too new. However they do have some films and a water ride through events and stories that are important for Hindus but we didn't have time to see them. The main event which we did want to see was the son et lumiere laser light show with water fountains and fire. There was some extraordinary animated projections on ...
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India is one of those places that probably need a bit more preparation than, say, South America. I have a British passport which makes travelling South America a ******* breeze. You simply rock up to the border of any given country and ask for 90 days in your bestest Spanish (or Portuguese in Brazil which in my case is horribly broken Spanish interspersed with ...
... from Barry's cheek, had he turned his head to the right, he would have "bumped" into the end of the rifle. Uh oh!, do I get out and likely cause a stir, or sit. I opted to sit. Thankfully Barry did not really notice this small detail and kept looking down. With a wave of the hand and the rifle strap adjusted we were dismissed. Off we went with the rest of our trip uninterrupted to Delhi and a good feeling to arrive at home intact!. We think our driver was happy to wave good bye ...
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After lunch some of us went outside in the square containing many stores. There, children of the street people immediately came up to us with hands outstretched constantly begging. We attempted to ignore them as we had been instructed, but it was very difficult. The children were filthy, yet very cute, and they were clearly well rehearsed as how to go about their business. As we thought about them later in the day we wondered ...