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Although I didn’t feel tired at the time, when I got back to the ship, clearly I was !! We saw much more than I expected to see.
It would be easy to write a blog about the differences in culture and standards of living … but that’s not what I’m about.
There were of course various sights that tugged at my heart strings as an animal lover and as person concerned about ...
... for a future concluding BLOG as this one is about to close! We must offer huge thanks to my mum and dad for allowing us to move into their home for the 'in-between' segments of our trip and for the hospitality of our friends for putting up with us, err I mean putting us up on various intermediary return trips to Berkshire for doctors visits, property visits, catching flights and such like. Gratitude must also be shown to our friend, Theresa, who has diligently vetted all our ...
... stand still long enough people will come to try and sell you things or ask if you are lost, a good strategy if you need help.
This morning Sarah enjoyed a nice Indian breakfast in bed – I did not… We started the day with the intention to go to Elephanta Island, however had plans in the afternoon and when we got to the docks decided we didn’t have enough time. Instead we took a driving city tour. I say driving
... caught on to the two regional types of outfits women wear. They do not have a religious affiliation:
- Sari – skirt and blouse, 6m fabric pleated by hand each time, tucked in and draped over the shoulder.
· Punjabi - pajama type pants and tunic. These are fabulous.
A Great Word: 'Tussle’ is used for an all-out scrap. Love it.
... freedom to choose their healthcare providers and are not bound my insurance plan networks as many Americans are. Although in theory the government provides support of medical care to its citizens, help can be slow to come. In some cases, matters are taken into the individual’s hands in the form of seeking their own practitioners to perform necessary procedures. Ultimately, when put in the context of Indian culture, ...