One of the things that maybe not worried me, but that I might ponder a bit how I should manage was the obvious things like getting a haircut. This is surely something that just has to be done at sometime.
On my way home I have seen a small shop next to my flat where they giving haircuts, so I decided to give it a try. The workers looked a bit puzzled on me when I entered, but I just sat down in the chair so they could not misunderstand my intention of being there
One assistent startet to cut, while one other guy, who I think was the owner, asked if I wanted a cigarette! When I promptly refused he sent someone out to buy and lighted his own next to me while giving instructions to his assistant! Not sure if it would have worked like that in Norway. This guy also insisted in talking to me the whole time. Off course in Hindi. I just answered “Ha”, “Accha” and I few other words that I know means, “yes”, “ok”, “fine” or things like that. Maybe I have given him my car. I don’t know.
After I was finished, the owner insisted in joining me on my way home, still talking. No idea what he talked about. The only thing I understood was that he at some point said 100 rupees. It might wanted some more money, but I don’t know
Now it’s weekend, and I’m really looking forward to that
Speak to you soon!