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... argument that lasted a good half hour based on the fact that I claimed having bargained a lower rate upon my checking-in, instead of my checking-out, and they were not respecting that agreement. Finally, after some yelling and me braking the counter's window with my fist, by accident, he talked to his manager, then yelled at him for making this agreement, and charged me 1200 INR. As it was now nearly 09:30, I didn't argue any longer. I paid and added 100 ...
... baby! Julie steps back outside to look at a small boat drifting toward ours. It's festooned with flowers and helmed by a man who identifies himself as Mr. Magnificent. She buys some flower seeds unique to the region, digging the local exchange. Akbar has arranged the itinerary for the day and it sounds like a winner, so we put on every piece of clothing we have packed (okay, that's an exaggeration... but not much of one) and head out. Steve has even borrowed a ...
... first thing thrown at me. I should've gone to Leh, because it was halfway there we went today. But the thing is, no matter where I go, I want people. People to watch, people to speak to, people to connect with. I'm a good loner when I'm surrounded by people. I haven't spoken to anyone since I left Sweden last Wednesday morning and I'm going crazy. And I have been thinking about everyone I miss. Everyone I've met during ...
... and education levels and professions. There were people from different areas in India. The group was so diverse it was later named "Team Eclectic" by our guide. It was amazing to spend a full week learning just how different each state's culture is: music, food, dress, dance, stereo types...you name it. The Group of 30 gelled with no pretenses or trouble. Like old friends it felt like I was back on one of those random sports tours at school with all the teasing and banter ...
... Our agenda for the day, was to go to Thajiwas Glacier, which could be reached either through a pony ride all the way, or through taxis, which take you to one end of the valley only. We took the taxi to the edge of the valley, from where all but myself, Chell, Prakash and Vijaya, opted to take the pony ride to the snowy regions of the Thajiwas Glacier.
We had about 2 hours to wander around the valley and towards the glacier, and hence opted to ...