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This was unplanned really but the best (safest) way to get to Dharamsala from Amritsar seems to be by going back through Chandigarh.
So never one to miss an opportunity, we will stay a day so Bryan can meet another client that lives there.
It is unlikely we will meet Puneet and Anju this time as the lucky couple are flying off to …
... and was a little stressed. He got me at probably 2x the amount it should have been, and then argued for another 50 Rupees in kannada (language) for some reason I didn’t know. ugh. I was so frustrated. Another guy, in his determination even gave my money back to me because he said it wasn’t enough. I thought that was pretty funny and decided to take it and walk with it. Ha! You should have seen his face. He was absolutely not expecting it. It’s times ...
... to double check it was only the half size as it was huge! It was probably my best meal so far and it upset me that I couldn't finish it all.
In the morning we made a plan of action to see 5 main tourist attractions - a rock garden, surya lake, the capital complex, rose gardens and the shopping area. Chandigarh isn't like what I've seen of India so far. The streets are clean, there's lots of greenery with the city set out like a grid with lots of sign posts. ...
... was packed with westerners. We love Kochi and are sad to move on but we are off to get some rays on a lovely beach.
Our last morning was hectic as usual , no matter how early Martin gets up, he is never ready! He had set his sights on a swiss army knife in the shop next door and was adamant he wanted it , we had to pay the bill at the hotel on the card because the cashpoint wasn’t being generous and wouldn’t give me any money and Martin had the ...
... to get off, they shoved and pushed to get to the empty seats before those were gone.
The oto rickshaws (tuktuks) in Chandigarh are supposed to be fare regulated and well organized. Keep dreaming. We had to negotiate hard to get a $2 ride into the center. But it was a lot further than it looked like on our map so we were happy with the deal. Chandigarh is known for being an ...