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... like to meet you. Will you come down to talk to me and my family?” She was looking at Hayley, it was as if I didn’t exist; lucky me. I looked at Hayley like “No way are you crawling back out of this box to go and talk to some crazy person. Hayley being Hayley struggled to turn around in our coffin sized room and went straight out to see her.
I watch from the window as Hayley gets off the bus and is treated like a movie star. A whole family crowds ...
... friends out of the work setting. At the end of this amazing garden of rock was a courtyard with snack booths, places to relax and camel rides! Not really my thing, but Jackie was all for it and the girls insisted! Our guides were just distraught but finally gave up on it and agreed. I howled the whole time! It was really high up there and when the camel started trotting I thought for sure I was gonna fly off. We were a spectacle and a perfect ...
... nectar. I sit cross legged with the entrancing chants and warm sun washing over me. This is certainly a spectacular, very special and peaceful place. As we look to the top of the Golden Temple we see flitting kites in practice for tomorrow.
Next we visit Jallianwala Bagh, a park which commemorates the Indians killed and injured here by British authorities in 1919. We see bullet marks circled in the Walls and the well into which hundreds threw themselves trying ...
... just a vague turn this way or that way and then nod their head side to side and in Punjabi say "you can't miss it". Our driver never fully understood or listened to the directions, never thanked them either and would always drive away and cut them off mid-sentence. He first succeeded in taking us to the " Rose Garden” and then blamed the Sardar (Sikh that wears a turban) cyclist for giving us wrong directions. We did eventually get to Rock Garden and ...