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... being so badly treated and ran in to the road wildly flagging down a car, a bus, a lorry, anything to get me to Ramnagar. Eventually a stereotypically awesome Indian guy with a big moustache, big belly and a big smile pulled over in a nice car and, after getting the low down from the owner seemed desperate to help me get out of there. "I can take you as far Kathgodam", he offered, which I knew had a railway station. I was obviously pretty happy about this. It was so nice to be in ...
... due mainly to an imaginary line drawn between two countries. The bus rolled on, through lush, green rice paddies and storks that seemed to strut around, chilling like they owned the place. What did they think they were, cows or something?! With my head in a book, I noticed a pungent smell, strangely familiar but comforting and looked out the window to see we were passing miles upon miles of weed plants either side of the road. I'd seen them like this before, growing wild on ...
... so whilst we munched away we had Abba blasting away – how very authentic. Mr Mumtaz did turn up a bit later and apologised not for meeting us as his whole family is in town – such a nice bloke, we swapped details and he mentioned to look him up next time we were in India. That was it for our last full day in India, it’s been a hell of an adventure and very eye opening to say the least – certainly worth a visit, a very beautiful and humbling ...
Up early for 8 hour drive to Nainital and luckily it was raining so we felt as though it was a good day to travel on. The journey was pretty uneventful and we made good time arriving at 3pm after meandering up the winding switchback roads to the hill resort that sits at 1938m. The weather had cleared up and the evening sun looked beautiful against the steep forested valleys and green volcanic lake (Naini) – ...
... international credit cards.” Eventually our driver pointed out that there was an ATM machine just 50 yards down the road. The relief, however, was short lived; Judith’s attempts to withdraw cash on one after another of our cards were all declined.
There followed a long debate, mostly conducted in Hindi. Our driver had been commissioned by the resort to top up our phone. He had not yet done this, and now he produced the 500 rupee note we ...