Kasauli Regency Hotel
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... 56325;ᘁ 8; This is Delhi . Eventually after walking a kilometre or so through warrens. and alleyways that might lead into another time, we come to the spice market and the stench of street garbage is replaced by the sweetness of Indian spices , cardamon, cinnamon, tumeric, teas, and mounds of raisins, figs dates and nuts. Urchins tug at my clothes and at my heart strings , and the next ...
... but she got up and walked across the room with the biggest smile on her face over to me to say hi, I guess. I brought her back so she could sit and I sat next to her. She would pull my hair, but it was all okay because her smile was from ear to ear. Then I was asked to take her outside to sports time. Kiran's classroom and other classes were out on the basketball court. It was fun watching how these women in beautiful traditional Indian clothing teach sports to these ...
... we took off again with me wondering what tree he might leave us around!
We had arranged to go to Kalka to the railway station to try and book rail tickets on the toy train to Shimla and after joining one queue to be told to naff off and go "round the back", we finally found the booking office buried down the end of the station in a tiny office. No joy there so we gave it a miss and decided that we may just have to bus it there ...
... Honk = hey I'm here
Honk honk honk = hoi watch out bucko
HOOOOONK = get out of my $@€ге way.
I even saw someone use it to say hello. Who knows if the intended recipient knew if it was a hello honk.
The main difference is they do it ALL the time. In fact the back of buses and trucks have signs saying Horn Please or Blow Horn just like we have Don't Overtake Turning Vehicle.
The driving is ...
... to but because we had no choice. The price was ridiculous, more than two and half times what we had been paying else where for less standard but what can one do? We bedded down for a few hours before hitting Nak Chand's Rock Garden, our sole purpose of coming to Chandigarh.
Nek Chand arrived from Pakistan and was employed as a road inspector. Over the years he collected waste materials as the city was being built. All of this waste he hauled back to his home ...