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... teeming with people. I later noticed a police sign saying it's required to honk every time you go around a curve, to let the oncoming cars know you're coming, soooo I guess he was just following the law. After checking into the hotel, I wandered through the Dharamshala markets, where people kept greeting me and trying to get me to come into their stores. There aren't a lot of beggars here compared to Delhi, but a five year old girl kept ...
... she claimed. I guess I am usually less trusty when I am traveling alone, I told her. Too late, she has formed her opinion already. The hot water was acting up in my room and finally I decided I need to bug the owner about it. Fortunately, it was fixed very fast for it was an issue with the water pump. I managed to take a very hot shower which temporarily fixed my headache issue. Finally I am done with yesterday's account, here I will leave off that and finish today's ...
... s extension. Really?! That is too good to be true. I thought. As we walked out, he gave me a very conscious smile and told me that besides the set fee, it is customary to pay the officer some money. He might not ask, but it is customary. I told him I am extremely willing to pay whatever sum is necessary. Bribery is not an issue, if it is a problem that can be solved with money, I will gladly solve it and look pass the unpleasantness. He also told me that he is 100% sure that I will ...
... juicy apples from a local seller whose dress was black and a portion of it brightened with Aztec print of zig zag lines.
There were many outstanding pieces of hand paintings in the marketplace. The one that caught my eye was a Florescent green goddess with her tongue rolled out and her body scantily covered with jewels and heavy adornments. There were many more and the most popular were the Mandalas , these were sort of intricate,geometric designs seeming like ...
Kathalagh and Terah. Lying at the western edge of the Dhauladhar mountain range
of the Himalayas,
Spread in 14 sq. km. its name comes from the legendary British governor General Lord Dalhousie. Surrounded by splendid vegetation such as deodars, oaks, pines and flowering rhododendron the whole ...