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Snapshot Saturday: Boys On The Bridge

These Indian boys huddled with me for a photo while their mums on the balcony look on.

We walked about five kilometers, and were on our way to the bus stop from Gandhi Memorial Museum when a group of boys ran toward us asking for a pen. We replied we don’t have any. Shervin and I didn’t question what it’s for and I asked for a photo with them instead.


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Gay Emami
When not backpacking, she teaches her daughter sight words and belly dancing (even if she's not good at it). She's currently eating her way around some hippie town in Australia. She loves talking about herself in the third person.

8 thoughts on “Snapshot Saturday: Boys On The Bridge

  1. I really envy you. I love to travel to the fullest but I can’t because I’m studying Medicine right now. *sob*

    Anyway, someday I’ll travel different places like what you did. Have a safe flight always and enjoy your trip.

  2. Indians seem to fond of something new in their place like foreigners or visitors. I saw a vid of locals asking for autographs of visitors. Did they mistaken you as a celebrity?

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