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... excuse the pun. It was a three and a half hour journey - a downward descent of our uphill train journey and so lovely to drive through all the villages that we had seen in the distance only the day before from the train. The scenery was breathtaking - think Swiss Alps, Austria…..but with numerous monkeys lining the roadside and waving us on our way. We arrived in very good time at Chandigarh railway station. Chandigarh is a city and the ...
... 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 ...
... in our free time that we had not yet had time to shop. So, Jackie and I conspired all day to arrange this even though we only would have a few hours. Our hosts are wonderful and protective of us as guests in their country, so we really had to work to convince them to let us go to the outdoor market. They agreed with escorts of course and we took one of our students. She is a very independent minded outspoken Indian mammographer that weaves in and out of the busy Chandighar ...
... to see. Currently tourists have to apply for a permit and this is virtually impossible to obtain. He says he will take us there!
We walk to the Secretariat building picking up the Canadian couple along the way, narinder gets us into the building, no problem. First he takes us to see them making Chapati's for all the workers downstairs and we even have a go at it. Narinder wraps these up in some newspaper and pops them in his bag. Then we go ...
... India was amazing. We've got some great memories and have met some wonderful people along the way. Traveling
through India isn't the easiest of undertakings but, on a positive note, the rest of Asia should be a breeze!
After the longest three days of our trip so far we jumped very happily onto a train out of Chandigarh and headed to Delhi. We stayed there for an excited overnight stay then flew to Thailand the next day. Bangkok here we come.