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Digital Subscriptions > Attitude > January 2019 > Indian summer

Indian summer

India finally moved with the times when it ended its colonial-era ban on homosexuality. Thomas Stichbury finds out what impact the ruling has had
IMPERIOUS: Jama Masjid mosque dates back to the 17th century
SOMETHING TO WRITE HOME ABOUT: Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official residence of India’s president
MAN IN THE STREET: Old Delhi’s roads are always crowded
FLYING VISIT: Indira Gandhi international airport

Most people feel the fluttering of butterlies in their belly at the prospect of exploring far-lung lands. But not me, oh no! My stomach ties itself into so many knots that it ends up resembling a prize-winning pretzel. I have never been bitten by the travel bug. Barely even been nibbled for that matter. It’s not because I’m scared of lying, or ignorant of other cultures, I genuinely love going to new places and meeting different people.

Trust me, I grew up in and around Essex, so chatting to anyone who resists the urge to insert “babe” after every third word is always refreshing.

The problem is I’m cursed. I must have seriously pissed of St Christopher in a past life because, whenever I leave the UK, something calamitous happens.

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