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... to happen on the
rooftop and a few minutes later two friendly, jolly Indian guys popped up with
their drum and tabelah (which is a cross between and accordion and a piano) and
sang us a beautiful melody of sufi and Hindi songs. It was picture perfect,
night time and palm trees surrounded us, a tired party tribe all lounging
around, and wonderful live music with a spiritual edge, a great first evening
in 2015, long may they continue.
... we have been many times!) proved wrong when a look through the posters and
flyers in town revealed a fair 50/50 ratio of posters written exclusively in
Russian, catering directly to that Russian spiritual market which we never knew
existed! One language barrier which does not exist is when it comes to sales,
and the clever little Indian beach sellers who come and sell you jewellery or
handicrafts on the beach have sussed out that there is a buck or two to ...
... wards in the hospital. The wards send a booklet to the in-patient pharmacy. This booklet contains the medication orders. The pharmacists check the medications off one by one as they fill a tin bin. They did this from 10:00-noon. After this, it was time for lunch. We reached the lunch room and I ordered fried rice and a mango juice. There is a bit of a language barrier and they gave me a mango shake. That was fine. After we ate, ...
... I got a lot of attention to buy bracelets, charms, crisps, pineapples and even a few cucumbers. Every 10 minutes basically so my book wasn’t read as much as I’d have thought, all good fun though, they had a laugh and went away eventually. Also, just to make you aware how pale I was… On my first day, walking along the beach when some Indian lads came over to me asking for a photo; to start with I thought they wanted me to take a group photo of them, ...
... have an unfortunate habit of telling you what you want to hear. You ask if their 'espresso' is a proper coffee short and strong, they say yes and return with a mug of watery instant... the good intentions are there but it can be testing! On arrival in Mumbai we grabbed a taxi (nicely carpeted on the inside and bagged stashed in a boot that was tied closed) and headed to the central train station. This was my first journey in India where I realised I would probably always fear for ...