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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Sunday 31 December 2000 (Day View)

31.12.2000Sunday 31 December – New Year’s Eve

I checked my email, but e247 was down. I received an angry email from Mum and Sarah.
We had a party next door, which was somewhat dampened by the police turning up and doing a bamboo charge – the Indian equivalent of a baton charge, and confiscating some of the sound equipment. A nasty scene was only just averted after the Indian police had charged us all with their bamboos, hurting several of us, and then found themselves surrounded and grossly outnumbered by some very angry westerners. Subsequently, the party didn’t start on time and was stopped several times, and it also rained on and off, but was a truly beautiful way to see in the New Year

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