I lie awake in my Northshore Maui Hostel bed at 4:30am marveling at the variety of breathing my bunk mates have. I am not awake because of them but rather from the jet lag. I managed to sleep 4 uninterrupted hours with them so far.
Let me classify them for you:
The warthog - snorts about in his sleep almost like he is sniffing out food
The one nostril teapot - pretty self explanatory “wheeeeeeeee, wheeeeeee”
The snake - “hissssssss, hissssss”
The JOE - I can tell your lying, because when you are sleeping you “sputter, sputter, sputter, sputter”
And finally The Rusty Donkey - Heeeeeeeee Haaaaawwww Heeeeee Hawwwwwww
It is now 6:30 am. I managed to force 2 more hours sleep out of me before posting this. Time now to get up and decide what to make of my first island day!
This majestical country that is India has so many ways to view it. I have been so lucky to be here for a month to experience many of these views. Food, people, weather, city, hills, caves, temples, work, day & night! I had a huge day of exploring with friends yesterday. Many pictures to come from that day! This is the last postcard from the Sinhagad Fort trip.
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty could’ve had quite the fall. We were quite high up and these pictures fail to capture some of the steep edges. I chose my poses carefully though and only took pictures in places where I knew the fall would only rough me up versus terminate me! The bottom picture is an overall snapshot of the back entrance of the fort. It is still used today by villagers from down in the valley. They hike up the mountain and enter here to sell their wares or tell stories to visitors.