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... just sounds like the collective noun for hippy activists.
Also, I've decided that I shall be installing a mini tea factory in our hallway at home. We do have a particularly massive hallway and I'm sure the neighbours wouldn't mind the racket if I invited them over regularly enough for a cuppa, or threatened them with an axe if they complained. Of course I'd have to turn the living room into a ...
... vendors line the street, all selling items required to take the hike. This included hand knitted jumpers and fleece bobble hats. It was most worrying; after all we only came equipped with our basic tee-shirts. It was a tad chillier up the top, but really nothing remarkable, however we did have a chuckle over what people were wearing. Luckily M had his new £1.00 Tom Cruise glasses on, and of course this was a ...
... linen packaging service can get done, but you won't want clear directions to any of those places. A cursory wave in the general direction in town will be enough to start you on your journey. Apparently we need a tailor.
5. Triangulate, quadrangulate, pentangulate.
Start asking people on the street. Use this information to locate the first clothes shop. This won't be a tailor, but they will point out a direction. This isn't the correct direction. Instead find a ...
... dash by those left without one. Thankfully, surrounded by such beauty and still so curious about India, we did not mind trekking around town for most of the day, searching. First, through the loud manic new bazaar in search of a useful source of information in the form of Joseph Iype, who runs a tourist office in town and a homestay in the hills. One hour later and with no luck deciphering our lonely planet or rough guide maps, both of which show the ...
... British County, Solfie took us to a eucalyptus forest, where he insisted on taking several photos of us, complete with piles of rubbish on the floor. Filled with the sounds of the local wildlife, the area could have been quite beautiful if it hadn't been for its proximity to the bus station and its function as a rest spot for drivers who clearly don't know how to use a bin.
Our evening meal was just as delicious as our lunch. Having sampled tomato curry and ...
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