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For VIPs only

VIP toilets are often western style (as opposed to the squatting style more common in rural India) which is probably a British legacy… ironically, VIP toilets does not always equate clean toilets! 

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Cup of tea?

This was taken at a tea estate, it is common to find loose leaf tea for purchase when visiting some of these estates, but it not very common to be able to drink the stuff has there isn’t any Salon de Thé 🙂

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To obey or not to obey!

There is a lot of disregard for rules in India, as this photos clearly points out.  This causes us a lot of problems such as chaotic traffic,  disorderly queues, delayed pubic services, and so many other issues… but that is also what makes part of the charm of our country.

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Pondy Kappi

What’s with kapi (Tamil pronunciation of Coffee) in Pondy via @Devarya on twitter.  In a number of Indian languages  The F becomes P, football=pootball.  So in order to make sure they get Pure milk, best to write it as Fure 🙂 smart!