The monkeys swim here!

We huffed and puffed our way up to the fabulous Swayambhunath temple in Kathmandu – reaching the top to see those watchful eyes look benevolently over the city.

Swayambhunath

And on our way down, we took a shorter and easier route and discovered this swimming pool for monkeys. A group of them swinging from trees, somersaulting into the green water and in general, behaving like monkeys.

Monkey swimming pool

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The really fascinating sight was that of monkeys sitting by the water an splashing it vigorously to and fro and on each other. Introspective monkeys, playful monkeys, scardey-cat monkeys – we found them all in the course of the few minutes we spent there (I had to, of course, drag my husband away)

Monkeys frolicking

Hullo monkey

Swayambhunath has large groups of monkeys and is known to some (read, Westerners) as the monkey temple. They truly reign over the place – see this one munching on a bar of Snickers. Totally accustomed to human company, these monkeys were indifferent to fascinated passersby who stopped to play (what a bad idea) and photograph (a few monkeys posed obligingly).

monkey bars

So, have you found a swimming pool for any animal anywhere?

Hullo! Is it me you’re looking for?

I took all this in my stride: new luck dulhan pose, sikkim porn, rear sexy indian wife images, images of ajay devgan stand at sea shore in once upon a time in mumbai, background scenery for tailoring shop, lal bagh in hidun camara hot photos, india snookar tebal mekenick, japan bounce arigatogozaimas…

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I knew how easy it is to be misled by the google gods. To the person who came looking for “nagaland post newspaper article based on a tourist who is very fascinated by the hornbill festival. write 500 word article” – not me.

I accepted the fact that I was bound to get several feet related search queries every single day, some of which will put you off your dinner tonight, some of which are downright scary (like “charu feet”) and some benign ones like this query for “very itchy feet blog” (which I am happy to report, this blog is not. Yet.)

I understood that people sometimes didn’t bother to pause and check what they had typed, especially when they are looking for life saving information on “Swizerland deserts.” I have had the Luxumburgerli. Who am I to judge?

Why, I didn’t even flinch at “juhuchopaty ka sex”

But today, this. “how to find prostitute in connaught place.”

Stopped me in my tracks. I knew it was time to dig deep and see what my blog has been up to behind my back. So I entered this search term in google (yes, some of us have way more time on our hands than we would like. But try this search term and be surprised by the sheer variety of results). And on page 10, I found this link to my Delhi posts. My innocent Delhi posts.

Really, what is google thinking, sending random randy searchers my blog way?

This must stop.

And if you are one of those people who have come here to this post through one of the weird search terms mentioned here, then no, it is not me you are looking for. Go away.

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