Hotel City Plaza 7
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This was unplanned really but the best (safest) way to get to Dharamsala from Amritsar seems to be by going back through Chandigarh.
So never one to miss an opportunity, we will stay a day so Bryan can meet another client that lives there.
It is unlikely we will meet Puneet and Anju this time as the lucky couple are flying off to the USA. Have a fabulous time both of you and Anju don't forget to Travelpod your trip so we can see all about ...
Today we went to the Rock Garden in Chandigarh.
We don't have a lot to write about it but it is so worthy of a mention of its own - and because we have dozens of photos from there.
Anju dropped us off on her way to work at the University at 9am and we were practically the first ones there.
We paid an entrance fee of 40p each and thought it was so cheap that there wouldn't be much ...
... like a refugee camp. There was barely a few inches of floor that was not covered by people sleeping on dirty blankets, there was no air conditioning, no ceiling fans, nothing but heat and sweat and noise. We were the only white people there, we were the only people who looked like they were lost, and hundreds of eyes followed our every movement as we tried to figure out where we could catch a bus from.
Every bus that arrived was already full somehow, and more ...
... move seat and car assignments around. We managed to find the "TT" official who was able to change us to better seats, but still not in the same car with the girls. And these old cars don’t have interconnecting doors.
The cars are pretty bare bones. The straight up narrow padded benches face each other.
Promptly at 10:30 AM, the whistle sounded. With a sudden yank, away we went. We snaked through ...
... the power has simply gone out on the block.
The last thing we still have time for is a famous rock garden here in Chapatti so we take a rickshaw to the entrance. Somehow we end up at the ‘back entrance’ which is another way of saying ‘on-a-hill-on-the-side-of-the-par k-where-there-is-no-entrance entrance’. Twenty minutes later we’ve walked all the way to the front, by which time ...