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... 6pm tomorrow. Any alterations would be done on the spot at time of delivery. I just bought my wedding dress in less than an hour and I could not have been happier.
We then went to the level to buy a Sherwani, an Indian style suit jacket and pants for Dipy. We looked at 6 jackets and made the decision. His shopping took less than 30 minutes and it would also be ready tomorrow for pick up.
Next step, kurtas for the men and suits for the ladies. ...
... was needed to start a blood bath.
On a train they have signs that say “Please do not use the toilet while stopped in a station” In India this is because there is no real toilet to speak of, just a hole that you can see the tracks below through. When the train is moving they rattle by beneath you, it’s pretty scary when you think about it. Obviously, this being India, a lot of people can’t read the signs, or they just don’t care; because standing ...
... across the beautiful streets of Chandigarh on a Bullet bike was more than a rewarding experience. Chandigarh is the most clean and systematic city i have ever been in India. Le Corbusier has done an amazing work. Sector 17 is a fantastic hangout point(dont miss the delicious mango milkshakes in sector 17). For some weird reason i surprisingly never tried alcohol even once during my entire life. My first experience of getting high happened in Chandigarh ...
Chandigarh was just a stop over to break up the journey to Amritsar. We stayed just a night but did manage to squeeze in the rock garden. A hugely enjoyable garden/maze built out of waste and concrete. From Chandigarh we spent 10 hours on the traffic ridden road to ...
... cheese toast.
Time had come to find a place to stay. The Australian couple had told us about some good hotels just inside sector 22, close to the bus station. They were a little pricey but I was ok about that for the last few days in India. But for Jeremy, who is big into frugality, he was set on a cheapie a few klms further out, 60 rupees for a space in a dormitory.
So there me and my children were, with a telly yet again, and a balconey ...