Hotel City Plaza 17
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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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 ...
... the room annoyed by the smell I am producing but one of them is clearly very very hungry as I get a bite on my right ankle and the the nasty beast crawls up my right leg biting my calf on the way up before biting around my knee in three different places. I feel the discomfort on my knee and start bashing but it is too late. After eating I head back to my cell and strip off. In just over half an hour the damage is five bites to right leg and at ...
... 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 ...
... and Nebu. She had rung and specially asked if we would call by to her house to share the celebration. I am offered more food but must decline, but I do take some of the special coconut drink that is made for Onam (my third small cup in three hours) plus some banana crisps and also a cup of tea. Anju and another woman from the clinic are there and once the tea is finished we all get in the taxi and return to base. Now I know why we called there, it was to ...
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After a long day of sightseeing Shenal indulged in a massage while I rested. The next day we headed further south to Allepey and the backwaters of Kerala. As we were back in a town full of locals we enjoyed another local thali lunch – even more enjoyable than the Rajasthani thalis! We then attempted to book a houseboat for the following day but found this to be more difficult than anticipated. As it was ...