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I'm in Chandigarh, India. A city that is probably on no traveller's radar!
I am staying here because it is ...well really cheap!! And it is the last place before I start my biking where I can gear up. And oh have I been gearing up!! I found nothing in Thailand that was affordable or that fit that was to my liking, save a really cool waterproof backpack that fits nicely on top of my two rear panniers and will double nicely for backpacking when I'm off the ...
... a struggle to climb the awkwardly placed ladder to get on top bunk; especially with Hayley’s bad back playing up at the time. We had been crammed in a jeep all day and it had done neither of us any favours.
“Excuse me, this woman wants to talk to you” There was a small man’s face looking in through our cabin door. “What?” I had absolutely no friendliness left in me at this point. A really happy woman leaned into the doorway “Hello, ...
... everyday and visit. It is a welcome change. I am trying my best to pick up the accent but I admit I have a difficult time understanding though. Everyone has been so sweet and patient with me. So, today, which is Tuesday here, we started our workshop. We have a wonderful group of ladies to work with! I was assigned seven sweet women to practice biopsy positioning. I now have seven new friends! It was ...
We caught the 7.40 train from New Delhi to Chandigarh, not knowing quite what to expect, given the fraughtness and dirt of Delhi and we had plumped for the Middle Class ticket out of the four possible classes. At a cost of ten pounds for the both of us for a four hour journey I didn't have high hopes! But what a fantastic suprise, spacious and immaculate as well as complimentary water, tea and hot ...
... in precisely none of the guidebooks. I was to disembark here and find some way of covering the last 50km to Chandigarh. The next train wasn't for 3 hours so I located the "bus station" (a patch of waste ground underneath a half-built flyover), and somehow found the bus I needed. Its driver, a majestic, solemn Sikh in a mauve turban, huge fluffy white beard standing out against his smart dark brown windcheater, motioned for me to sit ...