Where are you now? .... and how's the weather? (part 2)

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#1 Oct 26th, 2005, 14:30
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The old thread was kind of interesting as it provided an easy way to 'check in' and say hello. It was a bit 'long in tooth' and had become a server choker, so will start all over. I thought about changing the second part to '... and what's for dinner ?', but leave things as is. Feel free to tell us what kind of a day you're having, of course!
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Rishikesh!

I've been here a couple of days now, resting up from the long flight, train, and taxi trip. Weather pretty warm during the day and evening -- quite a wind down the river in the morning. Quite a few posters still up for Ryan, but unfortunately, no new developments.

A super thalli last night at Chotiwalla's -- if you've ever been to Rishikesh, you will no doubt remember this guy!!
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Languishing just outside Cork City, in the wake of Wilma....very strong winds and much rain for the past few days.........until Tuesday early a.m.
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15 minutes til home time in sad little Perth ... sunny one day, rainy the next
Whereever you go, there you are.
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Originally Posted by Fresa81 15 minutes til home time in sad little Perth ... sunny one day, rainy the next
my sisters boyfriend is from pearth, his a surfer....

Im in sweden hiding in the office the autumn weather is cold but decent and I have some bean salad for dinner. later on tonight I will help a girl with computer stuff (girls dont have a clue about this stuff you know) and she will cook me some dinner. Dont know what, but Im pretty sure it will be nice.

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Six hours for me before I go home . The weather outside is overcast, hot and humid - maybe next week we'll get rain seeing the new moon is on its way
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Unhappy Raining and stranded

It was pouring like crazy y'day in Bangalore. On my trip home I was marooned in knee deep (or may be more) water with my motor bike. Reached home after 1:30 hrs (while the normal journey time is 30 hrs).

Today it is cloudy not a drop of rain since the Met department announced "Heavy to very heavy rain"

As for dinner I have bread (not in a mood to do anything after being soaked in rain and the slush water).
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Trying to harvest our wheat in normally sunny QLD Australia.Why is it that as soon as the headers come out of the shed the rain clouds gather?Lovely rain,very much needed ,thanks to all the Gods and Gurus.Now for some sunny days to get our crop stripped and in the silos.
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Hi everyone , i am starting to think rain is all the world has to offer . As usuall its pissing down in old blighty . 23 days to go till sunshine city . Delhi and the rest of India here i come .
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Originally Posted by AK74 Hi everyone , i am starting to think rain is all the world has to offer .
Basicly your right. Life sucks and then you die. But Still we got to give it a go right?

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Originally Posted by -m2- A super thalli last night at Chotiwalla's -- if you've ever been to Rishikesh, you will no doubt remember this guy!!
Ivé been but I never seen that guy. I dont think he exist.
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Ivé been but I never seen that guy. I dont think he exist.
Oh he exists alright and whats more he used to be PURPLE
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In Delhi.
Pleasant day & pleasanter night. Evening traffic a nightmare due to approaching Diwali. Have stopped eating sweets as the muck of rancid materials collected over the year will be processed & used. Now no one buys sweets for his/her own consumption mostly for gifting. Young rascals have already started with crackers.
Shall have mutton qualia as the main dish tonight.
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Belgium! In the office wondering if anyone will notice if I place all the papers I have on my desk in the shredder. At least the weather is very nice for this time of the year. Sunny and warm!

Looking into set up my own business with an Indian company - which take somewhat of patience. Any one got any suggestions how to speed up matters (=get them to reply to me faster)?
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Originally Posted by cyberhippie Oh he exists alright and whats more he used to be PURPLE

Quite right Cyberhippie and there used to be two of them - one at the real Chotiwala's and one at the fake Chotiwala's. Never did find out which was the real one, as everyone claimed theirs was the real one!
What a long strange trip it's been!
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Originally Posted by Alan D Quite right Cyberhippie and there used to be two of them - one at the real Chotiwala's and one at the fake Chotiwala's. Never did find out which was the real one, as everyone claimed theirs was the real one!
another evidence that 2 men exist - see attached photo
try to find the differences : who is the real one and who is fake - good luck!


btw - it's freeeeeeezing here in NYC and they already put Christmas trees in stores!!! but I still have my tan from India which is warming my thoughts
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