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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 …
... is dry; great. Had some McDowell 'Celebration' rum and coke with Lucas and Susie. It was the best rum I've had but the sweetness of it is lower than I am used to.
Those who were going upstairs for dinner--the Space Cadets, D2 and Matilda included--decided they did not like the menu. Lucas was going to join Susie and I. As we were leaving, the others were milling about. Think lambs being led to slaughter mentality. I turned around to see ...
... Singham Returns" ... a great action flick that I had no idea what was going on... it was not the usual boy meets girl, boy ****** girl off and then spends the rest of the movie trying to win back girl and then he does and in the end there is a big wedding. No, this one was all over the place but enjoyable none the less!
And the food!! Oh My God. I am a foodie. Which is no secret to anyone who has followed me on my blog. I LOVE food and I especially love ...
Chandigarh This was my nerdy moment!! Chandigarh is the capital of Punjab and not really on the main tourist route. As a result its pretty expensive here! The only reason I wanted to go was because the city was redesigned by architect Le Corbousier who I studied for one of my modules in university. The city is laid out in a grid like structure and separated into different structures. One of Le Corbousier's ideas was that people living in ...
... all very friendly and were happy to see we were cheering for India. As the fun finally dropped below the opposite stands we began to really enjoy the match and to be in awe of the crazy Indian fans With bouts of all in clapping lasting up to half an hour and countless Mexican Tsunamis(Indian equivalent of a Mexican wave) it was the most lively sports display that I ahave ever seen and one I wont soon ...