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... 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. ...
... the area of Jew Town and numerous spice outlets, traders and pedlars. Goats wandered everywhere and seemed to have an uncanny road sense that enabled the to cross a very busy road at will. We probably walked upwards of 7km's in a sweeping circle that took us back to the beginning and the time on to midday. We looked at and in St Francis Cathedral, reputed to to be the oldest Christian church in India ...
... loungers. After a few phone calls and the Internet I manage to pay for things on my card. Just couldn't with draw cash for some reason. Enjoyed the use the pool and loungers all to myself in the afternoon and FaceTime with my mum and sister later on which was nice followed by some room service! Looking forward to getting to Goa tomorrow and staying in a place for longer than 2nights! Might actually get to unpack for the first ...
... 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 ...
... 1557 as a gift to the royal family after the Portuguese destroyed a Hindu temple, which sheltered Syrian Christians. The king ordered the Portuguese out of Cochin, but instead the Portuguese built this palace. It is not an official palace, but it was used for coronations or for meetings with dignitaries. In 1663, the Dutch renovated the palace and since then it has been referred to as the Dutch Palace. While smaller than the official residence, the palace ...
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