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There are TONS of places here that will cut your hair :) Most of them are "haircutting salons" but every-once-in-a-while you'll see a "hair cutting saloon" - those crack me up... but this one in the pic below REALLY cracked me up... our friend Thomas that lives here sent us this picture and I just had to post it :) It's the "HARSH HAIRCUTTING SALOON" - hahaha!! Harsh is a very common name here... but when I think of harsh... well, that's definitely not a name I'd want to see when I'm about to get my hair cut :) - do you want a "harsh haircut?" haha!Today we were at a market getting some fruit and other fun stuff... and there were some guys doing some "construction" type work... This guy had a cool hat (the yellow one)... it's a regular construction hat, but has that round thing on top so that he can easily carry things on his head... I thought that was pretty cool :)
We also saw this guy at the same market... it was pretty hot out and he found a cool place to rest with his cart :) haha!
This pic (below) is a picture of our mailman's bike... when we get mail - letters or packages - we get it via this bicycle :) It's not a very good picture, but it's fun to see how the mail gets to where it's going :)


HAHA! All of the hair places here are saloons:) I always feel so rebellious getting my haircut!
The Agarwals said…
Ha! I thought of one thing when I saw that first pic- Dr. Harsh or was it Harsch? Oh well, random memories. Those pics are great! I love that hat! That would be so helpful here when Eden wants to be carried around and I need an extra hand or two!!
E-Rob said…
I love seeing the hair always cracks me up! The Harsh Hair Saloon is even funnier! Good thing Thomas brought that to your attention. :)
Nicole Wilson said…
i wrote this on the other blog, too...

my cousin Roslyn (who is in India) introduced me to your blog... so, i'm a new reader...
*but completely safe!

blessings... <><
Raleigh, NC
Jeremy's fam said…
the hat looks like my mom's yellow collinder... not so much like a construction hard hat. Kinda funny.
alliecatnsa said…
Yeah that is what all of the barber shops say here. But that is sooo funny!!
allhisblessings said…
Just as "jeremy's fam" wrote, I was going to say that man's hat looks like a collander we had once!

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