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... here co-exists nicely. Last night I went to a nice restaurant in Vagator and their was a dog laying in the middle of the restaurant and when I went to another area in the restaurant there were two swans resting on the floor. I took a picture but it was too dark to see them. Life is full of surprises here and the local people take everything in stride. ...
In back in Europe! Road signs, no cows walking on the roads, women riding scooters, women in jeans (very attractive ones), road markings, orderly driving, multiplex cinemas, chain stores, nobody staring at me, Art Deco buildings, bars, casinos, no power cuts... Reverse culture shock. Nice for 1 day but need ...
... April the following year. He most likely lives on tips only which on a good day will be around 100 rupees (£1.20). He is on duty from 0700 to 2300, most of that time sitting around hoping that someone will come and order something. The restaurant has a huge menu but you never see anyone eating here, aside from serving breakfast (two pieces of toast with jam and tea) they serve only the occasional beer. Bappi and ...
... pretty good. We also spent some time at the archery range. I remember either getting a bull’s-eye or close to it, so that was pretty awesome. The final day I remember eating at a South Indian restaurant, and the food there was absolutely amazing! We also checked out the church in Goa that day before finishing off the day playing cards and relaxing in the room. Since mine and Ishar’s flight back to the states was at 4am, we decided to stay up until we had to leave ...
Delhi alone old delhi
Following a day or two of not venturing too far from the hotel, one of the members of staff there, Javed, was kind enough to take me to the local market in Delhi. This being my first real Delhi outing and the fact that it was not really what I would call a market, it was actually an ok experience! The market was about 1 mile long and we walked up one side and down the other. The street was crammed with people, poor people, not so poor people, rich, ...