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... to the modern city planning principles with a hierarchy of road and pedestrian networks - which is great, as it is easy to know where we are, yet all the places we try are full, the only one with vacancies won’t let us check in until noon???!! So we decide this place just isn’t working for us and head to the bus station instead to get outta there….with another 10 hours traveling on the bus to ...
In case I had time I had to get a permit to visit the local government buildings - these are the Le Corbusier designed buidings. Since a politician was assassinated there you have to go through security checks (showing passport etc) and get permission to visit from tourist office. 1st really convenient (ie close) turist office was open but the director wasn't in and they didn't expect him all day. So we had to go to another office Chandigarh is the most planned city ...
I was awakened at 4:30 am, drenched in sweat, by a knock at my door. My friends Tomak and Michal wanted to know if I would accompany them to Kaza in the Spiti Valley, or if I would stay one more day to rest. Our hotel in Keylong was not the type of place I wanted to hang around in, so even though I was still feeling sick, I decided to join them for the 6-7 hour trip to Kaza. After a couple of hours on the bus, it started to ...
At the pass, the cold high-altitude wind blew hard from the Himalayan Parvati Valley into the relatively drier Pin Valley, or so we thought. We rested behind sheltering chortens and rocks, looking into an unfamiliar valley, about to leave the Parvati Valley behind. Is the summit, the pass always the climax of the trip? In our case, it was. I'm not trying to spoil everything by beginning with our goal accomplished. After all, I am ...
After the arguments of the morning, we caught a morning bus that would take us to the end of the road at Pulga. Pulga is the site of a new hydroelectric project and the dam is under construction. The first couple of hours took us through beautiful farming villages and apple orchards. The valley here is very green and lush with the monsoon rains. Big trees are plentiful. After about an hour of walking, we ...