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... we abandoned the map and compass, and armed with a very crude drawing of the waterwheel landmark we were looking for, we started to ask people for directions.
Bingo - we were out and broke all the self imposed rules and made a beeline for McDonalds and downed chips and an ice cream. The things you'll do to get to a clean toilet.
About the train ride. No axe murderer and no chickens but it does rate in the "not happy Jan" category. Imagine a half filled crumpled ...
... slept completely sideways the entire ride. Also, the length for the bed was a solid 5’9"—not good for a 6’1” frame. These annoyances were compounded by the fact that the beds, even more idiotically, are inclined about 45 degrees. This essentially leaves you with the discomfort of not quite sitting up or sleeping, but instead confounding your brain and your body as both decide what the hell to do.
Somehow, I managed to sleep. Around 2am, though, the ...
... closely considered how my eating habits affect both me and the world around me. Sure, I had grown up with health conscious parents. I had lived for five years in Santa Cruz, a community jam packed with food obsessed hippies. I even went meat-light (my new term) for a good four years of my life. But up until now, any forethought into my food consumption has been influenced by taste, somewhat by my access but mostly by how it affects my ...
... that the bus numbers had been thoughtfully painted on the back side of the right side rear view mirrors. When several buses arrive at the same time at a bus stop, they all line up one behind the other. Since these mirrors stick out, passengers can easily view the route numbers from a distance.
The C61 bus that took us to the Bamboo Temple seemed to be privately owned as it kept stopping for several minutes waiting to fill up. It was also being used ...
... TV showing BBC News, a pool table and restaurant/bar. The Hump is the nickname of the Himalayas, bestowed by American airmen and soldiers during the war, when they ran a supply route to China over the mountains from Burma and India. The hostel walls are adorned with interesting photos from the time.
There's not much for us to do here, it is only a stopover and planning point for us. We do however spend ...