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... men and sareed women who claimed the road as their own. It took nearly two hours to cross that bridge. Whereas in England such a delay would have caused incalculable fury, here no one seemed out of sorts. It was seemed to be regarded as a normal part of life; not only the coach-driver and passengers, but other road-users remained totally calm and unfazed.
It had taken the whole day to traverse the Gangetic plain of Uttarpradesh with its endless rice paddies ...
... I came back to Banbasa every time, enjoying the 'empty’ Nepali roads as long as possible before going back into the Indian madness.
Money, Business, Foreigners and Nepal do not go well together. After speaking to numerous foreigners living in Nepal, working for one NGO or doing business…. one thing is clear. They have all had their share of double-crossing or other ******** happening. It seems that Nepal has been growing up with the ...
Crowded around a deep, green volcanic lake, the hill resort of Nainital is a favourite getaway for Delhi-ites. Perched in the mountains, up at 1938m -- an altitude which we became painfully aware of yesterday, after we ran up the hill to get out of the rain -- it's a idillic place this time of year to escape the heat of the city. Imagine sitting on the shore of one of England's National Trust protected Lakes (this colourful town ...
... some of our stuff. Mum absolutely loved this part as she had never been into the slums. It was nice giving food out to the people who Laxmi told us needed it and lovely for me to see mum get so much out of it. We ended up sitting in a ladies house and having something to eat whilst we gave out some underwear and paracetamol to the women. They were all so grateful they went out a bought us some juice each which was very sweet of them. The whole day was about 10 hours so we ...
Today we got off to a slow start - morning on the Ganges, a look at a Jain temple, then onto the road for what should have been a relatively easy drive. We got caught at a number of train crossings, in one political rally in a city, and got dead-ended at an unfinished bridge, so arrived in Corbett National Park at sunset. Just a few pictures from the road ...