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74. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Quoting wouterrr

Quoting Mel.

Wouter
Tell Utrecht, by PM, about your toilet activities.
;)

i don't do it via PM. everyone may know about my toiletactivities. um...the first time i went to india i spend quite a lot at the toilet. even had to go to a hospital twice (in delhi and jodhpur), for having stomic bacteria (i was totally dryed out). i was very irresponsible for myself. i ate anything. last year i went for 6 months to India again and did it a little different. didn't eat any meat nor fish. fish is dangerous in india (no good experience with gamba's). that worked big time. didn't got sick one time.

Maybe the reason I did not get sick, in India is because I am a vegetarian. I rarely get sick, while traveling.

75. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 9y

Quoting Mel.

Maybe the reason I did not get sick, in India is because I am a vegetarian. I rarely get sick, while traveling.

I am sure that is the reason for not getting sick. in fact it is just prevention. meat and fish are dangerous in unhygienic and hot circumstances. i am only speaking for myself. because i have a weak stomic. everyone reacts different. btw mel; are u sure u are not a hindu? yoga, vegetarian....;)

76. Posted by Ahila (Inactive 1529 posts) 9y

Steering Wouter, Michael, Mel and all the other posters on this thread back to the topic 'pleasant weather in India'....

So, which months do you think India has pleasant weather? Nov/Dec? or Jun/Jul?

Maybe this thread is better placed in general topic forum to allow for diversions (yoga, vegetarianism, India's pluses and minuses...) ;)

[ Edit: Edited on Feb 15, 2007, at 6:23 PM by Ahila ]

77. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Quoting wouterrr

Quoting Mel.

Maybe the reason I did not get sick, in India is because I am a vegetarian. I rarely get sick, while traveling.

I am sure that is the reason for not getting sick. in fact it is just prevention. meat and fish are dangerous in unhygienic and hot circumstances. i am only speaking for myself. because i have a weak stomic. everyone reacts different. btw mel; are u sure u are not a hindu? yoga, vegetarian....;)

I am sure, I am not a Hindu.
I have been a vegetarian, since I was 11. Long before I found out Hindus exist.
I discovered yoga, after I had a baby. It is gentle on the body, for somebody, who has just had a baby. And after I found out how well it works as exercise, I kept doing it.

78. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Quoting Ahila

Steering Wouter, Michael, Mel and all the other posters on this thread back to the topic 'pleasant weather in India'....

So, which months do you think India has pleasant weather? Nov/Dec? or Jun/Jul?

Maybe this thread is better placed in general topic forum to allow for diversions (yoga, vegetarianism, India's pluses and minuses...) ;)

Why do we always have to stay on topic, anyway?
Staying on topic is like a conversation strait jacket.

79. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin 5588 posts) 9y

Quoting Mel.

Quoting Ahila

Steering Wouter, Michael, Mel and all the other posters on this thread back to the topic 'pleasant weather in India'....

So, which months do you think India has pleasant weather? Nov/Dec? or Jun/Jul?

Maybe this thread is better placed in general topic forum to allow for diversions (yoga, vegetarianism, India's pluses and minuses...) ;)

Why do we always have to stay on topic, anyway?
Staying on topic is like a conversation strait jacket.

Because it is EXTREMELY annoying for people that open a thread based on the title and then find the thread drifting way off topic. A lot of people would like to keep a discussion going on the original topic but posting off topic essentially hijacks the thread and makes it really hard for (new) posters to join in. We do not want to encourage this although it's fine in off topic, the practice is highly frowned upon in the travel forums (in principle)...

80. Posted by Shrinagesh (Full Member 102 posts) 9y

I never knew that my Patriotism was wrong, except in this forum.

So love for a country is wrong and sarcasm which is derived from ill will is right.Esp if you support developing countries!

Byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!