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... though, as we're headed to the train station. The dreaded overnight train to Mumbai time had quickly come round the bend!
We arrived at the train station early, you have to here, as I've explained before. The train once again was on time, though. Okay, so I have never been inside a prison. Well, I think I have now... There were 3 bunk beds opposite each other, a window in between, and two bunk beds opposite the window, if that makes sense?! Just my luck... Top bunk. After ...
... is downright shameful. Now, I'm all for giving money to the poor (and of course I do) and am happy to pay well over the odds for my souvenirs and generously tip but I had always taken haggling to be an essential part of the holiday shopping experience...even if often only getting a minimal sum off the asked price. Food for thought in any case.
Budget backpacking, festivals, curry flavoured sweets, Mehrangarh and the Omelette Shop:
In an effort to save money, ...
... same movements on both sides show that there is a lot of cooperation on both sides to make the ceremony a real show. The show is probably not as loved in Pakistan as there were only a fraction of the viewers who showed up at the Indian side, although Lahore is not that far off.
After Amritsar I went to Delhi. On saturday I went with Abhinav to the IITF, the India International Trade Fair, which is easily the biggest fair I've ever visited in my life. Every state had ...
... on going will be nothing short of amazing. So, explore, just as I will be doing.
I cannot wait to be able to tell everyone about the upcoming stories in person and over the blog.
Stay safe, happy, and healthy while I will be gone. Prayers are accepted, as I will be praying as well.
Here it is:
February 23, 2013
Depart at 6:00 AM from hostel for North trip
... next bus before hiring a private oto rickshaw to drive us directly to the lake, still another 60 km. We stopped to take a picture when I spotted a group of women harvesting rice in the field with white egrets inches from them stealing leftovers, buffalo and cows in the background.
Not until 4 pm did we get to the water’s edge. Jagdish had called the boatman to come and pick us up. Hundreds of birds could be seen in ...