The BQs are the first at the bus station, and they get on a bus all alone for Mamallapuram. Peter and Sarah get on the next bus.
At 9:20 AM, the bus lands from Delhi, carrying the Pointies, A(AM!)s, *wins, and *lyns. The *wins wind up in a little cab thing that looks like a cross between a golf cart and a tuk-tuk, and they tell the *lyns to follow them to the bus station. The A(AM!)s get themselves a cab, but the Pointies are still looking. Unfortunately for them, Tyler and James's driver quickly seems lost, and gets out of the cab to wander around and ask for directions. That guy is not, I would agree, confidence-inspiring. He finally returns, and they're theoretically on their way. Finally, at 10:00 AM, Dave and Mary's flight from Delhi arrives. They get into a taxi, and Mary says, "We do not think we're in last." The caption begs to differ, announcing that they are "Currently In Last Place." Witty, those editors. Dave explains that Peter and Sarah and the BQs should be behind them -- he assumes, of course, that they kept that noon arrival time, in which case he'd be right.
The BQs get off the bus and find the arts and crafts place. There's a sign, however, that says nobody is home, and the place will be open at 11:30 AM. This gives enough time that Peter and Sarah show up. The BQs give the update that nothing's happening until 11:30. "Nice job on the taxi," Peter snots. Yeah, I have to say, when you cover the driver's mouth, you do leave the guy an opening to say something a little snippy.
The *wins and *lyns get the bus to Mamallapuram. The Pointies get on another one. Karlyn tells us that she felt in India like she was a little more at home, because she was apparently the chubbiest lady in Vietnam, and she is a skinny lady. Elsewhere, on the bus the Pointies are on, Kimberly is saying, "Don't let anyone touch me." Oh, yes. That's the way to enjoy the world. I mean, I understand that some crowded forms of transportation wind up involving grabbing and other unpleasant things, but to get on a bus and be like, "Don't let anyone touch me!"? That seems like it might be an overreaction. And not a particularly nice one. It doesn't exactly get better when she wrinkles up her nose and says, "It smells like fish," and then she says she wants to go to Europe. It gets still worse when Rob talks about being stuck with really poor people and she chimes in with, "I want to be with the rich folk." Oh, don't we all.