Hotel Dee Marks
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... us every step of the way to the next round of security and eventually the next gate. This plane also left late, but that was not a problem as our connection in Toronto didn't leave until midnight.
We arrived in Sudbury, without our luggage, informed the Air Canada representative about this lost luggage and got into a taxi for the trip through 'winter wonderland' to home!
The adventure has ...
... that low.
I got a tuk tuk over to Parhaganj where I stayed first time in Delhi. The touts here just made up tall stories to get you to go with them, not have the nerve to have a go at me when I told them no. I bought a bit more tatt, I like the atmosphere there, had chai on the street and got a tuk tuk back to the hotel.
I went down to one of the many restaurants for dinner, where I was sat among 3 tables of Indian guests and the food was good, no better than ...
... wooden blocks of various sizes for filling in the details in different blocks of colour. I did one of these, and then the owner did one further layer, saying that three was his limit, after that it became to difficult to align. Evidently so, he'd cocked it right up by going out of the lines, amateur! I followed him through to the shop floor, where there were hundreds of bed sheets, cushion covers, pashminas and saris in a range of elaborate designs. Then came the sales pitch, and ...
... but the weather gets so much worse that we can't get on the water. Such a disappointment as this was a must do for all us in India but what can you do. Our spirits are a bit low now and were all looking ahead to the prospect of Nepal. Our train to the border turns into 9 hours instead of 5 (get us out of India!) and we cross the border, leaving behind the vibrant festivals taking place in India, our eyes set to possibilities of someplace new.