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... other and the world. Scotty is a great
travel partner, and I think I am too! We balance each other out, and both see
different things, which in turn allows us to see more together. Tough times
always happen, but they are not important, what is important is that we make
the most of the time we do have and try and live each day to the full, with an
open heart and open mind.
So anyway, as you can tell, we’re chilled out and
... that happened was when I decided to wash some of my clothes and hang them out to dry on my balcony over night. Whe I awoke in the morning my underwear and bikini had completely disappeared! My first thought was that someone had stolen them but the I realised I was in a fourth floor room and there was no possible way for someone to access my balcony. So the only logical conclusion was that either birds or monkeys stole them!! - ever since I have been looking up at ...
... out the scooter. It took us a while to figure how to turn it on as you needed to press a button, rev and brake all at the same time. Once we did, Willem having never ridden one before found he could drive it easily so I hopped on the back and we headed to the beach. In the evening, meeting Chris we headed to Anjuna beach - the beach we had been to several days ago for food, drinks and a mango and mint flavoured sheesha. We spent the next day exploring the northern beaches. It took ...
... Cup. In Indian terms ..... " we take rest....". It's a pity that the Aussies lost in the last over but we enjoyed the game. Just as an aside, Indian TV is very extensive. We watch a bit of BBC World and CNN. These 2 channels keep us informed and especially bring us up-to-date on the MH370 airline, the Washington mudslide and Ukraine sagas. Both channels have extensive reporting networks in Western Australia with Tony Abbott (" the very well informed and ...
Today has been the first day of our second week here in India, as well as the first day of actual volunteering (finally!). We got up at 9:30am, because our alarm didn't go off. We got ready in about 15 seconds, and then jumped into the car. we drove for about 20 - 30 minutes, and eventually reached the women's outreach centre. When we got there we were greeted by a few women, and we then proceeded upstairs. A few of the women introduced themselves, and were clearly the more ...