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After Varanasi our next destination was Chandigarh, we took a Spice Jet flight which took us about 4 hours. We arrived about 7.30pm and headed straight towards our hotel which was located at Sector 17. After checking in we went for dinner and roamed around Sector 17 which was filled with all sorts of shops and eateries. The next morning we were up early and started exploring the best planned city of India. Chandigarh is the capital of both Haryana and ...
It's 45 degrees, 50 percent humidity, there is nothing like a fan or air conditioning on this bus, the only window is next to our bed and it’s not a small window. It is the whole side of our sleeper cabin, if you open it fully and then rolled to the side you would fall out into the road. I have never seen anything like it in my life. It is insane to travel with the window open but it is so hot that you actually have no choice but to open the damn thing.
... of Punjab in the 1950's and was primarily designed by Swiss architect Le Corbusier. It was a very modern city where everything was in grid-like sectors.
... for each day. Some were definitely nicer than others. See if you can tell which one was Laura's most (oh no wait I mean least) favorable from the photos.Hint: It looks like a marshmallow costume. After getting all dressed up we headed out to the fancy hotel squashed in the car with aunties, uncles and grandma all equally as glammed up; we were un-sure of what to expect. We were the only British people there. Shaun however was the ...
... I actually recognised him by.An interesting man I reckon, though with time so short and Jeremy tailing me, I didn't expect we'd meet up again.
The coffee shop in itself was an interesting setting, a place for aging intellectuals, or so it seemed.
We went by bus to see the most reknowned sight of Chandigarh, Nek Chands Rock Garden, an arty labrynth of recycled materials fashioned into a garden paradise. Nek Chand ...