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... late afternoon to the Hostel, met some pretty cool guys, a couple of Finnish, a Dutch, two Canadians and two Indians; all really nice guys. Next day I went out with the Fins and Dutch and we went to a few temples and street shops, and in the afternoon went off an Indian Water park. The water park was slightly different to the ones you would go to on holiday and Disney World, but it was alright. 4-5 slides, and water dance floor with sprinklers type thing out ...
... girls needed this. How much it meant to them, to the whole team. At the end of the day, it's just money!! It's about making sacrifices for those things that are important and these girls quickly became important to us!
Another, equally emotional event that happened, was the arrival of our footy boots from New Zealand. After two months of negotiations and trying to get the paper worked signed off properly with them being held in customs, we ...
... 8217;t know how our drivers found their way around.
Also in Andretta is a pottery business that employs about 8 full time potters and is also a training area for students. Apparently this pottery is sold throughout India and is very valued especially for it’s traditional blue glaze.
So, it was to be about a two hour drive to Pragpur, and ended up being about 5 hours. I can not begin to describe the roads or the ...
... later, I pass a **** and he turns round to me and shouts 'No! Don't!'. I laugh and curiously ask why again and all he can do is mumble and repeat himself.
After a few teabreaks and four hours later, we arrive at Kheerganga, tired and ready to chill. We However, the situation becomes a little frustrating, especially for Von who curses the sheer amount of grouped Israelis as we find it impossible to find any accommodation on the small hill up to the ...
... Cave. Terraced farms resembling overlapping slices of bread, dotted with pretty toy farm houses clung tenaciously to the mountainous green countryside.
The road was steep and treacherous, with barely room for two vehicles. A large old bus veered toward us, almost wiping out the side of our car. How it missed us, we will never know. Even when it screeched to a stop, there was just centimeters between us and the cumbersome bus. The ...