Talk:2010-11-15 28 77
Wow, congratulations on making it through a lot of hardship :) Don't forget to award yourself the Consecutive geohash achievement for your trips!
But say, who tried to stop you (and how?) when you entered that presumed garden towards the hash? Cheers! --mtu 20:28, 15 November 2010 (UTC)
Edit: I just through of another question: Who's spit on you in India? That sounds awful :-/ I've gotten angry looks in Serbia and Bosnia, but nothing that bad so far...
Well, 2 geohashes on adjacent days doesn't really count as consecutive geohashing I think. I did 4 in a row back in Melbourne though, so I think I'll rest on those laurels.
I couldn't quite figure it out, but there was a woman sitting at the gate to the garden who wouldn't let me take my bike in. After I locked it up and ran through she stood up and called after me, but I deftly deflected her with an "Ek minat!" (property and trespassing customs in India are quite different to western countries, you can basically get away with anything). When I returned there was a whole crowd of not-very-impressed-looking dudes who'd duly fiddled with my bike in my absence as punishment for my transgression, but were disarmed by my charming "Namaste!".
Sorry, the point was that I wasn't actually spat on from the passing bus - it does happen every now and then, however - that was just my hastily procured interpretation of the situation. It was, in fact, raining.
Hope that answered your questions, thanks for the feedback!
Felix Dance 13:51, 16 November 2010 (UTC)