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The next leg of our journey was a decent sized one - local bus from Palolem to Margao, hang around their superbly dusty and dirty bus station for a while until our overnight bus came alive, bound for Mumbai (both the driver and ticket guys were asleep in the bus at the back of the dirt parking lot and seemed liked they needed a good few coffees in them first). We arrived in Mumbai in the morning in the middle of nowhere, caught a ...
... the economy, because 19% of retail sales occurred each morning Black Friday for Christmas in the year of 2010. While some retailers such as jewelry, can be up to 40%. Whether the ad is textual or graphical, several basic principles are essential: keep it simple, make use of a call to action in the text and get at least one far more ways of responding. Something looked familiar...I recognized that logo...where have I seen ...
... 8216;Your job is to stick a knife into the wound of misery and let the pus out.’ Not much harmony there then.
To say I had a hard time is an obscene understatement. My body responded with aggression, making me ache all over and spreading a fungal rash over my face, neck and chest (you try meditating while pus seeps from your septic nipple). The act of sitting still day after day was physically torturous enough, but ...
... for large chunks of time and watch Indian people living their lives and it was beautiful. By the end of the journey all I could see was love.
Everyone was at it. All the stern old couples, stressed out parents and the guys selling chai. On the surface they seemed inaccessible and cold and I judged them in my ignorant little way. But as time went by I saw their survival mechanisms slip, and their beauty shine through.
... a time when we made the most of everything. Beautiful room overlooking the infinity pool and gardens, enough food to last a week and (ofcourse) plenty of vino! We had to dust down our 'best clothes' and pretend we weren't backpackers for a couple of days - although the fact that we spoke to the waiting staff probably gave us away! And if we hadn't seen cheese in so long (and were indian) we probably would have ...