Hotel Madhuban Highlands
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... I would always take seven photos at seven different exposure levels and combine them to make my HDR photos. When you take seven photos that will later be combined, you HAVE to use a tripod – otherwise the photos wouldn’t line up properly. So in Bangkok, I always used a tripod – and I brought one of my big, heavy tripods with me on this trip as well. It turns out I could have saved myself the trouble. I haven’t used it once. It takes ...
... priend!” (by which he meant “friend”, of course, but thought that the guy would understand “priend” better since that’s the way they pronounce it.) So the driver kept going. Unfortunately the other drivers witnessed this and none of them would take me after that. So I ended up having to walk.
And now, whenever Gregory and I disagree about something, I remind him that I’m not his “priend”.
... I also started “The 4-Hour Chef – The Simple Path to Cooking Like A Pro”. It claimed to be different from other books about cooking, but I’m finding it wholly impractical – like most cookbooks.
Mussoorie, Wednesday, 27 March 2013
I spent the morning in my hotel room – mostly in bed – still trying to recover from my food poisoning. By late afternoon I felt the need to get out and get some exercise, so ...
... for his whole life, you’d think he’d know his own prices.) No, he had to look back at his receipt pad – to see what he had charged me last time in order to know what to charge me this time. What does that imply? To me, it suggests that he charged me an amount that is different to what he charges other customers. I’ll let you guess whether this amount is more – or less. And actually, that’s not even the issue. As long as ...
... the same holds true for you are what you think (you are). I almost feel like this class was taylor made
just for me – it just all makes so much sense.
After our anatomy class we had lunch which was probably my
favorite meal of the day- some sort of yummy indian dish with rice and chapatti
and usually a delicious soup or dal with fresh radish root and carrots on the
side. We were given about a 3 hour lunch break during which time I usually
focused on ...