Expecting the Unexpected in India Day 259: Chalo, Please!

‘Chalo’ means lets go, let’s get moving, come on, come on in Hindi. A take on ‘Child please!’

Lazying around in hostel not trying to leave unless out of necessity
I arrived early in the morning before most had awoken
Movies, including one Hindi film called PK that challenges a lot of the notions about religion in India in a humorous way to basically say there is one God that we all believe in and we just worship and see him in different ways
Thali at a standard shop
Fruit and veggies: apples, pears, cucumbers
Being in my own world where I could hide from the intrusive intense Indians lurking outside waiting for me to take one step out the door and into the heat

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