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It's quite common to compare modern cities with tropical jungles. Mostly because of the fact that the huge megalopolises resemble endless forests full of electric wires’ lianas and grey trees made with glass and stone. Sometimes they rustle, unable to resist the power of the weather, and sometimes they fall like old and rotten trees should. Jungles are usually crowded with their dwellers – small numerous natives, who try to settle themselves down ...
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... of all is definitely what you see, the contrast between the beautiful and the... less aesthetically pleasing. The saris and women's clothes are beautiful, even the children always try and dress smartly. India is one of the few places I've been where I've felt slightly out of place in shorts and had to go buy some trousers at one point to dress more... local. I have loved the amazing temples: they are beautifully decorated and massively ornate. ...
... up there are some two or three stories which might be made from corrugated iron or other recycled materials. The alleyways between the buildings allow for single file only and you have to frequently duck your head or step over a broken or swimming slab of concrete. As it was leading up to Holi festival we got pelted with water bombs filled with bright pink paint and you could hear youngsters shout "fire" armed with plenty more. It was not as dirty as I expected ...
... take with me when I board that Air India plane tomorrow is affection: affection for those who suffer and continue to survive such adverse conditions; affection for the curiosity of many Indians, their pride, the playfulness of the children and their penchant for calling me ...