It is laugh out loud funny, if a little too close to home for someone of my age. Himself said, "Okay, when do we pack up and go?"
I have never been to India but our daughters have visited various parts of the country and sing its praises. Wee One came back with a lip ring, a rather lovely sari and a good tan!
I'm not interested in going to the pictures in the summer. It seems very strange to walk out into the street from a darkened cinema when it is still almost light outside. I have embarrassed myself in the past by emerging with damp nose and swollen, red eyes after viewing some heartbreaking film to find everyone else looking perfectly composed.
I wish that we had the weather in Britain to have films out of doors in the summer months the way that they do on the continent. My first experience of outdoor cinema was as a teenager in Italy in the fifties. Oh, the glamour!