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... aside, perhaps you can begin to imagine the gruelling impact that travelling in India like a local can have not just on one’s soul but on one’s looks too.
Well, for now it was onwards and downwards as we continued our journey from Shimla, back down and round the mountains singing aye aye yippee all the way to Chandigarh for our next train journey to Amritsar where the Golden Temple and other delights awaited our arrival. ...
... I consider ourself fairly open minded but that was a little over the edge even for us:) After leaving the temple we washed and disinfected our feet, but it was well worth it!
After our tour we got dropped off in Dehli. As we had already spent a few days there we decided to head out the following morning. We booked a train and at 5:45 am we were on our way to Chandhigar. This was our first train experience in India and I have to say that we ...
... ways : she lives with her boyfriend in Delhi and is confident they will marry, this will be a “love marriage” unlike most of her friends who still have arranged marriages. Her boyfriend’s parents do not consider her ideal because, although they are proud that she has a Masters and studied in England, she is working which they do not approve of and they say her skin is too dark. She explained that, although many of ...
... bends on a ridge pass that dropped off 2000m’s below all while the sun caressed my cheek on one side while being able to reach out my right hand and play with the clouds on the other.
I felt like James Bond, over taking three wide on hair pins because the air was so clean you could see the path ahead for miles, swerving as obstacles randomly made themselves known, I’m guessing it was generally due to the cheeky monkeys there quite notorious ...
Baggi is another of many prosperous little orchard towns with its fair share of dhabas lining the main road.
Beyond Baggi, we got stuck in a road block - caused by a huge flock of woolly goats.