Zest Danish Villa
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But I actually like the YWCA despite the obvious emphasis on the C. Apparently, according to the signage, Christ was the head of the house, the unseen guest at every meal and the silent listener to every conversation. He's a stalky litte bugger ain't he. The dining room was watched over by an unhappy looking white Jesus mask type thing which the housekeepers pray to every morning as Casio keyboard instrumentals piped into the room from ...
... that there are goat and cow herders roaming around with my unshrouded windows, making sure I jump from shower to clothing and back in one fail swoop to ensure no "loss" of decency. And then. I recalibrate. and it is shared space. As most India is. Shared space with a gloss over of overlap. Again, I have to understand my American space and understanding of Independence is different. As I'm learning every day.
As a side note – though I seem to have too many of these ...
... chance to take in the stunning scenery and the rapidly changing flora and fauna from coconuts and beetle-nut plantations down below to tea plantations and pine forests up above.
We reveled in seeing real green around us again, 3 weeks after leaving England and it was a great way to get up the hill. As the engine appeared to getting a ...
... this Dutch couple in my guest house know some people from St. Oedenrode - and they're going to see if they can help me track down my friends there. (I do a Google search for them every now and then - but so far still nothing.) Let's see if anything comes of this.
Thursday, 14 April, 2011
Well, it didn't take long for these Dutchies to track down my friends! They just used the online Dutch telephone book - and managed to accomplish in ...
... we should go and spend the day with our friends and then come back, we could then do his activities the day after. I told him that all the arrangements had been made and unfortunately this was not an option. Soon after I returned to the room to finish packing there was a knock on the door, sure enough Mr Gillies was standing there so I invited him in. He was then very persistent about us staying, in my most diplomatic manner I told him we had had a very pleasant stay but ...