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... the decoration. The organizers did themselves some. Still to it directly the Main stands steam turbine and gas turbine systems a large pool before, which is lit. The location is optimal with many large palms and a perfect prospect to the sea. It looks very much promising. I would remain dearest equivalent here. The organizers sit together and go through again the expiration for the tomorrow's day. They welcome us herzlichst and mean we could the tickets get itself at ...
... Normally we would wave him off. Neither of us spend much money on things we don’t feel we need and we’d been travelling for so long at this point, we’d become disenchanted with the constant offers of goods thrust in our faces as we walk down the road/beach/path. But Randy had been considering getting a necklace so we engaged the man. He was showing us his necklaces, one of which I really liked, when his friend joined us. His friend helped to translate what ...
... bleary eyed and confused. Next to the shops the coconut seller offers sweet coconut juice, for 30p he’ll cut the top off and stick a straw in for you to enjoy the pleasure of sucking up the juice of the nut, and then crack open the shell with his machete and let you scoop out the flesh, who needs a dustbin – these things just get lobbed in any direction, and with time, decompose or act as very effective fire lighters, just don’t try and burn the straw, ...
... br> stay awake with their snoring and *******, or maybe it was the sound of the
train as it clanked and creaked its way north to take us to Goa, ha ha! The
train was running from the tip of Kerela to beyond Mumbai, something like a 50+
hour journey, its staggering to think about, sometimes when you lean out of the
train door and look back its almost like you can’t see the end of the train as
it is that long, or maybe it’s just the dry dusty ...
My last day in India. The last two weeks working at mission rabies have been tough. The hours are very long, there has been little time for sightseeing, something has gone wrong or very wrong almost every day and it has rained unceasingly for the last four. Despite this I don't want to go. I will miss India and I only feel ...