Category: Observations

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Screaming children!!

Yesterday was our final day in Delhi. Captain Clarke and I started the day with a leisurely breakfast in the Executive Lounge. Captain Clarke had pancakes which turned out to be more like American...

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And off to the market …

Yesterday was all about the market. Captain Clarke and I arose at a reasonable hour, enjoyed a leisurely breakfast and discussed our plans for the day. Having really not ventured away from bacon and...

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Dinner, bed and breakfast ..

Having arisen so late, we didn’t get any breakfast yesterday. It was all far too late. We decided, instead, to go back to Connaught Place (CP to us as we’re almost local now!) with...

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Oh my word!

OK, so we said we were going to have fun. We didn’t expect that it was going to be that much fun! We left the hotel and before we had actually left the drive...

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Conference done, time for some fun!

OK, not strictly true. The conference is done but we were already having fun! The last few days have reminded both Captain Clarke and I just how much we love this fabulous country. There...

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That’ll be half then …

Day two in India started well. We had awoke at our leisure – slightly more than we had anticipated because Captain Clarke’s brilliant Clock App that displays a huge digital clock was 2½ hours...

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Only in India

On our first day in India, having arrived and checked into our hotel with no issues whatsoever – in fact, this should be highlighted … no issues whatsoever! We arrived in Delhi at 08:25...

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Rudy rises once again!

It’s that time again when Rudy shall rise once again. On this occasion a relatively short trip to Delhi – partly work and partly pleasure. Captain Clarke is once again accompanying and we chose,...

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Just a thought …

It has been a while since I have felt the need to put pen to paper, (or fingers to keyboard), but today I feel it is once again time. Recently I have been engaging...

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Musings …

As I sit here pondering the state of the world today, I find myself wondering about why we say things. For example, why do we say that Surrey is leafy? It is only leafy...