Hotel Diamond Plaza
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... time at their office being introduced to everyone and they explained what they did for the company. We felt like royalty!
Later Amit, Ashwani & Amrit took us for lunch before heading to Amit's home to meet his lovely wife, 3 year old daughter and his brother. He showed us around his new apartment and then the view from his bedroom balcony. It looked straight out across the valley with the wonderful Himalayan foothills on the horizon. ...
... a space to ourselves which you would fit 9 Indian travellers into, and a box of chickens most likely.
From this point on it would be 1st class all the way to Rishikesh, thank god for the tourist quota! The conductor asked if he could take my picture, I was more than happy to oblige. I know that I smiled, I definitely did; but I can’t imagine how tired my eyes must have looked in that photo.
We stripped down out of our sweaty clothes and hung them up to dry next ...
... of young Sikh schoolchildren , who were guided by their teachers. We were impressed how well they behaved all the time.
The second highlight was the "rock garden" a park full with statuary made out of garbage. It is the lifetime hobby turned profession of Mr. Nek Chand, a road supervisor who started in 1958 and who was gradually helped by the government with manpower and money. The man is still alive, our guide told us.
... couple who were also heading to the bus station. He got us all an autorickshaw at a very reasonable rate (the first guy he talked to even drove away, likely refusing to take 4 foreigners for so little), and even paid for his portion of the ride there. He then, to his word, helped us get a bus ticket without asking for a rupee. We were both left impressed, and wondering to ourselves what had just happened. So, if you’re ever around Chandighar ...