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... a four-lane road until we reach the border between Punjab and Himachal Pradesh, where we stop to pay a toll. The climb immediately becomes more dramatic, the road more winding, and the incessant passing (and honking) around blind curves more white-knuckle inducing! Before long we stop at a hilltop restaurant with a gorgeous view for a final "Continental" menu before we head into the hinterlands where menu options will be limited to Indian cuisine. ...
... settlers on this land. Chandigarh was the first planned city in India. So because of this, the original settlers were sort of kicked out. This was a tribute to them and everything was made out of the rubble left behind. It was a really great place. I was just having such heat exhaustion I was not getting as much out of it as I could have. It was crazy beautiful though. There were big wooden swings that were incredible! And people ...
... mopeds and bikes that swarm the street. Then you have people trying to walk, and the city just goes on. It's so crazy! It's so muggy here and smells horrendous. I think because there is so much going on here cramped in such small roads and spaces. Driving through the city we started to get told that we should probably walk to the hotel, and we started getting nervous if this will be a good hotel to stay at. We kept stopping and our driver, Kima, asked for directions. People ...
... possible bomb carrying nits, we were finally given a pass and allowed to enter. Well I ask you - would you climb it? Because it is an armed forces base we couldn't take any photos to prove we climbed the thing so I pulled out on the spot as it wasn't my gawd up there anyway - and we were starting at 6100 feet! Now I know why they didn't answer any of my questions before we signed in and went through all the ...
... Looking out the window, we noticed a teenager suddenly collapsing face first, while his relatives or travel companions stood by unfazed. We gathered from their reaction that he must have been epileptic and that they were accustomed to such fits. As they climbed back onto the bus, they simply lay him on the floor, shuffling behind our seat to extract a metallic construction angle (an L-shaped tool a meter long in ...