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Old 27th May 2008, 08:38   #121
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Thanks everyone for your comments. It was a mix of everything actually, criticizing, appreciating, tips, questions, good wishes and some humor also. All your comments have been invaluable to me.


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Dolphin, can you please narrate another such account?
Just concoct one and start writing! You have a fan following now, much like The Yeti!


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@Dolphin...

1. What happened to Uncle/Aunty and your friend(girl) after the saga was over?
2. What happened to the 2nd male friend?
3. Did you sell the cielo or continue to use it?
4. Did you ever do this journey ever again?
1) There were a lot of mixed feelings but everything was ok.
2) The 2nd male friend is no more. I regret to say that he met a tragic end about 1 yr after this accident.
3) I think I used the car for about 18 months after the accident and then sold it. (@maddy42)
4) No, never got a chance. But surely will do it in the future and it will be on Travelogues.

@finneyp
I don’t think so, because I have never seen Opel cars in Manipal Motors.
At first Manipal Motors was the authorized dealer for Daewoo cars. And maybe in 2002 they became part-time Tata dealers and later went on to become a full time Tata dealer.
About Mr. Rao, maybe he is still there. I lost touch long time ago.

@akshat
Believe me, it was not intentional. Anyway, you enjoyed it right? ; )

@mobike008
There were 2 reasons that I didn’t post the whole story in one shot. The first and most important was, I really didn’t know whether such a big post would get past the moderators or not. The second reason was, with such a series of events I thought it would always be better to put it in installments (I needed time to write) and glide with you people.

@Steeroid, @snaronikar
The strong reason was that it saved out lives, right?

I am as curious as you all to post the photos. I called my friend and have told her to scan the photos and email them to me soon. So, they are coming.
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Old 15th February 2011, 19:00   #122
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Stumbled across this thread today. Good narration!


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I am as curious as you all to post the photos. I called my friend and have told her to scan the photos and email them to me soon. So, they are coming.
By the way, its really taking "some" time for the photos to come
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