Don’t move to India if you get motion sickness.

I just ate a wonderful meal and my stomach was happily full.  Then I got into the back seat of our car, and happily full turns into angrily full.  What with sitting in the back seat, manual transmission, and the quick stopping and starting of Indian traffic-honking cars, rickshaws, motorcycles, pedestrians, dogs, and cows, the once happily digesting food begins sloshing around until it’s ready to come up again.  So take this warning, do not move to India if you get motion sickness.  You will love the food, you will want to indulge yourself in the many wonderful restaurants, but on your drive home, all the wonders of your previous meal will be forgotten.

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~ by Amy on June 17, 2009.

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