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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 …
... One floor was dedicated to the many tailors and sewing machines. These men all took their orders from the Master of tailors, the Masterji. This guy was the best of the best, took all measurements, and gave the instructions to his team packed in this room filled with the sound of humming sewing machines and clipping of scissors. Each of the other floors had different sections of materials, dresses, scarves, suits, etc. That section then had chairs lined ...
... Finally, after a three hour wait in the dust and sun we all agree that we are not prepared to cough the cash and resign ourselves to staying in Nuwara for the night. Just as we say our goodbyes to Lili and Isa a van rolls up and offers us all a lift for 500 rupees each with the kids going free.
The journey to Hatton is light hearted in that the Swiss girls are hugely funny and entertaining, and take delight in hearing the kids travelling stories, especially the ...
... fishing nets, that dip deep into the murky water and lift out fish, hopefully. They all have stalls selling fish... that has been brought in by fishermen. Some using small boats, others using canoes, but to be honest, not much of it is caught in the nets now. The harbour is fairly dirty, with a busy waterway, constantly crossed by the ferries, cruise ships, naval ships, dredgers and now, huge container ships. Across the water is a new, large container ship port, with the ...
... and through some really dry stretches of land. Dried up rice paddies are waiting for the wet season. We saw deer, monkeys and shepherds herding sheep and goats. We made one brief stop after a couple of hrs driving, for the driver to have breakfast. We be-friended a young calf. I bought some home-made biscuits and some water, and fed the cow. We became his new best friends. Luckily neither of us needed the bathroom or any food (we ...