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... looks at his shoes the whole time he is there.
Possibly the fattest Indian man I’ve seen tries to get into the back next to me, he is tall too so not only does he spill onto my side but his neck is cranked at some weird angle. He is clutching at a 2 litre bottle of coke and four family sized packs of crisps; god knows what else he has in his bag. Fatty doesn't like the seat. Takes his crisps and goes, as he waddles away our driver shouts something to him ...
... head of hair and scruffy beard over to a smart young man to ship into shape. As this was Mark's first ever shave with another person holding the blade, it was worth a TV session and all the barbers in this tiny shop all paid studious attention to the unfolding drama! Happy to report Mark survived as did the poor man whose job was sorely supervised!
Day ended with room service and a lousy movie - ...
... help' of Uncle-G. After a massive que fight Shaun managed to FINALLY drag himself and two tickets out of the writhing mass of Indian bodies and we clambered on to the 'Delux VIP' bus.
Someone once told us (please ignore the spelling) "Sab Sguch Meliga" meaning anything is possible in India!
What a #@*******FFFFF load of @#@*SSSSSSSSS that turned out to be!!!!!!! (at least as far as buses are concerned)
Still gotta love India right : ) : ) : ) : ) : )
... printout of the passenger list. When I explained that we wanted to upgrade, he said it was not possible; someone else was getting on at the next station. I asked if there were other sleeper beds and he shook his head again. Then he seemed to consider, and abruptly told me to stay where we were. I gave him the 100 rupees I still had in my hand, but he didn’t ask for the actual upgraded fare in the usual manner. It was 3 a.m., we were exhausted, and we both fell into ...
... a city that reflected a modern India.
The result is a truly pleasant Indian city. Set up as a grid pattern, and linked by broad avenues with more than enough room for the traffic. Trees line the streets, and even some street partitions. In Chandigarh, you feel like you have room to move about, and that you can, without the aid of anyone, navigate the city. It was a very, very nice change.
Aside from wandering ...