Disconnected in India

Gannon’s Blog, 2 thousand and something:

Decided to take a walk and get water and a sandwich.

Elevator was out of commission.

Chose to take the fire exit.

Alarm went off….not kidding.

Ran away from security who didn’t recognize me.

Happy ending:  Found water

This just gets better each day.

How are you?

(The power goes off 8 or 9 times a day here in India, therefore I am commonly disconnected from any network system . For those of you who are following this site, I am doing my best to keep it updated, but this hotel restricts me from certain days of usage)

Still alive,

Ben and Britt

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    As bad as it is over there at least you don’t have to suffer watching the Seattle Mariners tank it every night again. I formerly declare their season as being over. What a complete f***ing joke! Say hi to Raji for all of us. Cheers.

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