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... night train back to Delhi. As we had no luggage to worry about, we decided to experience travelling in a lower class on the sleeper train (at my request!) and I now accept Shenal is right when she says we need to travel in the higher class – I did not sleep thanks to screaming children and others constantly getting on and off the train throughout the night. Our return to Delhi was followed by a long ...
... gewesen. Dann ham wir mit Andres Eltern telefoniert und mit der DKB um festzustellen, dass wir also doch Geld auf die Kreditkarte machen muessen :P Naja, Anfaengerfehler.
Einmal waren wir auch ne Wanderung machen, runter ins Tal und wieder rauf aufn Berg. Der bis dahin ruhigste Ort! Und viel we***** Tiere als in der Stadt, da hat man ja wenigstens immer noch keimige Hunde, freche Affenbanden und dreckige Kuehe, die in irgendwelchen Muellhaufen wuehlen. Nach der ...
... While the settlements that are built in this fashion, clinging to the hillsides over several storeys with the top floor being level with the road, are not your stereotypical tin slums, they are truly ravaging the landscape. Shimla, we'd read, was a charming hill station with decaying colonial charm, but, like many of the destinations we'll probably visit throughout our travels, reaching it would mean wading through vast seas of poorly-housed humanity ...
... and carried umbrellas.
On our first morning at breakfast, we started talking to 2 elderly men
on the table next to us. They were dressed as above and when they found
out we were English they got very excited. They explained that they had
lived here when the British were here and that they had had an English
governess who took them to Church every Sunday so they were Christian
and Hindu. One of them was in ...