I came in last night about half past ten
That baby of mine wouldn't let me in
So movin' on over
Rockin' on over
让开 小娃娃 凶恶的老狗来了
Move over, little doll. The mean old dog is coming in
Breathe the air, Mrs. Donnelly!
I'm eating dust.
The wind in your hair!
Put the bloody top back on, Sonny!
I will not hear your negativity.
Madam, this is Route 66
and we are most assuredly getting our kicks!
She changed the lock on my back door
Now my key won't fit no more
Movin' on over
Rockin' all over
让开 好娃娃 凶恶的老狗要进来了
Move over, nice doll. The mean old dog's going in
您好 我叫切特 我很开心替您泊车
Hi. I'm Chet and I'll be happy to valet your car.
Not as happy as we are
that you are happy to do so, my very good friend.
Just tell me... Just tell me
there's a cup of tea and a biscuit waiting inside.
That's a great accent. Are you from Australia?
The sound of destiny, madam
calling us with her siren song.
And go to her we must!
For this is our moment.
If not now, when? And if not us, who?
My hand is powdered, so the shake is firm and dry.
My clothes precisely walk the tightrope
between casual and relaxed formality.
桑尼 桑尼 待会让我来说
Sonny, Sonny. Let me do the talking.
- Alright? - Okay.
While I am aware that
convention dictates that I should wait
for your assessment of our proposal
please take my interruption less as rudeness than proof
of our profound excitement at the opportunity to meet yourself
and your fine company.
And let me say right here and now...
好了 够了 够了
Alright, that's enough, that's enough.
We agreed that my colleague would do
the speaking and rightly so for
while her language may be salty,
it has great economy and pith.
I don't care about any of that.
不 好好听 学着点 年轻人
No, listen and learn, son.
Tea is an herb that's been dried out.
So to bring it back to life, you have to infuse it
in boiling water.
That is boiling water.
Everywhere I've been in this country
they slap down a cup of tepid nonsense
you know with the teabag lying beside it
which means I've got to go through
the ridiculous business of dunking it
in the lukewarm piss
waiting for the slightest change of color to occur.
And at my age... I haven't got the time.
This is what I'm talking about.
Get her some boiling water.
Now, Mrs. Donnelly.
Tell me more about your establishment.
We've been going properly for about eight months now.
But phase two of the development
is more or less complete.
Like life and a tortoise.
It's not exactly fast-moving...
- Mrs. Evelyn Greenslade. - Here.
...but you only make progress when you stick your neck out.
- Mr. Douglas Ainslie. - Here.
We have guests that come and go.
- Mrs. Muriel Donnelly. - Here.
But there's been a hard core of regulars
from the beginning.
- Mrs. Madge Hardcastle. - Here.
Mr. Norman Cousins and Miss Carol Parr.
We have monthly check-ups at the local clinic
and Sonny takes a roll-call every morning.
A most valuable precaution to ensure
that nobody has died in the night.
Most of our guests don't just live in India,
they now work there.
These are lovely.
That is why they cost 10,000 rupees each.
Every day? We have to do this every day?
这是个过程 夫人 我们必须尊重这个过程
Process, madam. We must respect the process.
Very well. You and I both know
that since a fine, genuine pashmina
requires the annual growth of at least
three Changra goats
you and everyone else in this market
blend the yarn to something else to give it more body.
And the reason I come to this stall is that
whereas Bharat over there uses wool
and Mohan goes with the rabbit fur
you at least use a reasonable quality of silk.
I'll give you 5,000 for four.
I'll see you tomorrow, Hari.
明天见 伊芙琳小姐 谢谢你的尊重
Tomorrow, Miss Evelyn. And thank you for your respect.
Two of the guests have made themselves useful
at the local expats club.
Which is, shall we say, a little down on its uppers.
我知道现在会员越来越少 经济不太景气 可是
I know the membership's dropping, times are tight, but...
do you really have to water down the wine?
What?! I uncorked it myself.
They're on to us.
Let's try the red.
And others are doing jobs
they never thought they could do.
One Queen was so close to her elephant
that when she passed away, the elephant
stood beside her tomb for three days
before dying of grief.
We should all know such love,
just not necessarily from an elephant.
And sometimes they're right, they can't.
- Uh, when were these built? - I'm sorry?
- What period are we talking about? - What, um...
17th... 17th century.