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In the shadow of Old Sarum he sits. Salisbury is in sight. It slopes slowly from the old to the new. Now hungry and not too sure what to do about the rue he concludes…
‘I can live with the hunger for a bit… but the thirst I can’t.’
He finds a thrown water bottle and heads into town down a road sloping into Salisbury. Just short of the town, he passes by a park and spots a fountain. He doesn’t think he just drinks, with thirsty urgency. He rinses then fills up his bottle.
Rote returns to his hideaway without even venturing into the town proper. He’s pickled by the predicament. He’s embarrassed. His pride is really riding him. He’s unable to make eye contact with people passing by.
Back at the bench he crawls back into the bushes when no one's looking. He pulls out his orange plastic bag and his basically brand new sleeping bag that after last night looks old.
It’s not even midday yet.
He doesn’t want anyone to see him. He has no money. He has no food. He has water. He has a briar bush for a home. It’s wet and always leaking. It’s infested with all sorts of crawling things. And there’s garbage strewn here and there. Some of it is blown in and then torn by dogs.
He’s fraught with the facts—he’s fucked.
That afternoon and night he stays burrowed in his bane going insane, wrestling with his dilemma. He’s haunted and daunted by his hunger. He tries to ignore his starving stomach.
He tries to hide his pride.
The following morning he awakes slobbered with saliva, washed with froth from another friendly face, truly a restoring grace. Those dogs delight him in their exuberance upon discovering a bushwhacked bum. Aye, a found friend, wagging him well with a non-judgmental manner. It means a whole lot. They in their way, help to raise Rote’s spirits by letting him know it’s okay and to keep his chin up.
Upon packing his pack with his makeshift shack, he burrows them back away and begins his day. Out from behind his bespoken bench he crosses the park. Onto the road he strolls, stirring up a sense of purpose to feed his belly and starve his pride. His pride is like a life preserver; it will buoy him back on track.
He passes through the subterranean pedestrian passage under the roundabout of traffic alongside the Avon River. He continues along the road now into Salisbury proper. Only to be stopped by his propped pride, a pill still too ill to swallow. He returns to wallow.
Back in his burrow with a deep furrow, he struggles with it all. Oh his pride. And as the day turns into night he struggles some more. Unable to sleep, racked with rancour for the heel he has to hallow.
As the sun rises so his spirits, and by the lavish licking, he surrenders too. It brings a smile to his face.
Hunger soon supersedes all qualms with his pride. He proceeds to Salisbury proper. He’s struggled enough and to no end, with the thought and the need thereof of begging. And boy is it a proud pill to swallow. It’s in his best interest. At that point, he doesn’t see any other way of collecting coins to curb his hunger pangs and his tobacco withdrawals... great motivating factors for sure.
He’s desperate. He’s defiantly delayed any render to surrender that in turn will chide his pride. He tries to fend the facts, but faced with them there really is no other possible play.
He’s forced to say,
“Excuse me… but can you spare some change.”
A truly inspired story steeped in history that starts with Rote sending his manuscript overseas to London England.
Inside Darjeeling Pocket Travel Guide:
- Complete history of city Darjeeling
- Darjeeling influencing cinema
- Eminent Personalities visited
- Complete information for getting there by road, train and by air
- Attractions with photograph
- Elaborate details of Night life, Shopping, Cuisine, Festivals, Joy ride, Outdoor Activities
- Travel from Darjeeling
- Complete Home stay guide, Hotels Guide, Cab/ Bike/ Bicycle rentals in Darjeeling and nearby destinations.
- All Basic Facts of Darjeeling City
- Important contacts for tourists in Darjeeling
- Indian Visa details and applications
- Tour itineraries for Darjeeling and nearby attractions
- Foreigners Guidelines in India
- Local language phrases for tourist in English
DIY Tel Aviv starts where other guides stop and takes you to the coolest places in Israel's most exciting city. Avoid tourist traps and dead ends and discover the city's best eateries, bars, hangouts, shops, and parties.
Learn where to find like-minded locals and figure out the crazy city that is Tel Aviv. Above all - you'll have a great time in Tel Aviv, whether you're visiting, studying or moving here.
Andy Steves' travel guide picks up where crowdsourcing leaves off, covering the skills you need for spur-of-the-moment trips to Europe's top destinations.
Follow three-day plans to explore each city. Learn which cities match your interests and which can be easily combined for a longer trip, including itineraries for Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Budapest, Dublin, Edinburgh, Florence, London, Madrid, Paris, Prague, Rome, and Venice.
See iconic sights. Check the Eiffel Tower, the London Eye, and the Colosseum off your bucket list, and use Andy's tips to save time and skip lines.
Hit the local hot spots. Chill at Amsterdam's coffee shops, study mixology at London's speakeasies, and bust moves at Barcelona's beach clubs.
Enjoy the best and cheapest local cuisine. Graze at boulangeries in Paris, pubs in Dublin, and aperitivo bars in Rome.
Become a temporary local. Engage with the culture to enjoy authentic, unforgettable experiences.
Master digital travel. Make the most of your money in Europe with apps and other digital resources.
Connect with other travelers. Head to the most popular hostels for a ready-made, real-life social network.
Whether you're studying abroad or just looking to explore Europe without breaking the bank, Andy Steves' Europe will have you city-hopping like a pro.
Whether you are looking forward to get out of town or stay at home, your days off work or school need not to be stressful. Within this book are tons of tips and tricks on how you can avoid the typical troubles that most vacationists undergo.
At the same time, this book will also cover how to maximize the fun while you are away from your daily routine and use that time to build meaningful relationships, find inspiration, and energize your mind to prepare you for your return from the holidays.
Table of contents:
Chapter 1 - Should you Take a Holiday?
Chapter 2 - Is It Okay to Take a Holiday?
Chapter 3 - Plan your Holiday Way in Advance
Chapter 4 - Get Rid of Holiday Woes
Chapter 5 - Making the Most Out of your Getaway
Chapter 6 - How to Actually Enjoy a Staycation
Chapter 7 - How to Enjoy your Holiday when you are Alone
Chapter 8 - Easing in Back to the Daily Grind
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