Post by Dr. Maneep Pamplemousse on Mar 27, 2014 21:37:22 GMT -8
He didn't fly like a swallow, but that might be because he was flying in and amongst branches so he couldn't do the swooping aerobatic type maneuvers like they usually do. Or I don't know what a swallow flies like.
Dr. Maneep Pamplemousse
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Post by Dr. Maneep Pamplemousse on Mar 27, 2014 21:49:39 GMT -8
Okay, this shit is too funny. I asked some other expats about the camera permit on Facebook and these were the responses.
GUY1: To the best of my knowledge, just take the camera in. Literally sling it around your neck as you walk in the gates. If no-one stops you, THEN you're allowed to take photos. This applies to most rules (traffic rules especially) here
GUY1: I should add, I've taken my camera a few times, got some gear shots of a chameleon walking around in there!
GUY 2: Your permit should cost about 40 rupees and you should pay it to whomever tries to stop you. Or don't pay and say you're press. Or just walk away from anyone trying to stop you.
Post by Dr. Maneep Pamplemousse on Mar 29, 2014 18:36:36 GMT -8
In Chicago. I've determined that solo international travel makes me extremely angry. I don't have a real long time until I have to check out and hike back to my terminal for my flight in the morning, but here I am. Think I'll go Martin Sheen on the joint now (jk, but it would make me feel better).
Post by Dr. Maneep Pamplemousse on Apr 3, 2014 14:33:56 GMT -8
I'm too lazy to put all my pictures here and I'm also worried that I might impinge on the forum's quota, but if anyone is interested enough and is comfortable friending me on Facebook, if they have had the bad sense to engage on Facebook, then they are welcome to do so (and then they can see my new photos).