Hotel Gautam Deluxe
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... such an adventure, but... I got my Indian train ride. Should we not the opportunity from here on then I will be a "happy-chappy".
A few other somewhat generalised observations to make at this very early point:
i) trying to explain to tuk-tuk drivers (who couldn't speak English) where you wanted to go and when everybody stopped smiling and nodding heads when agreement was reached, then worrying ...
Sadly we are coming to the end of our trip in India, our last few days were spent in Jaipur, our favourite city yet! On route to Jaipur we stopped off at Chand Baori, a step well built over a thousand years ago, and it is spectacular. At the temple we stopped to watch people pray in front of a strange looking statue... On closer inspection we realised this statue looked suspiciously like male and female private parts. We asked our guide what ...
... booking fee.' They quoted first class prices for chair class. Paranoia told me I'd be paying this stupid exorbitant amount for a fake ticket that would subsequently get me shepherded into another transport scam. Even the nicer hotel I moved to were hesitant to book me a ticket, and tried to convince me I'd have to pay a private driver to take me (personally organised by them!) So my ...
... help lady' whilst Ian keeps an eye on the 'reservations' number. We just about finish completing the paperwork in time. Up pops our number. A woman attempts to queue jump into our spot but Ian states in no uncertain terms that we are next. Reservations clerk demands to see tickets and lady is sent packing. At last our tickets are processed and we have managed to get most of the tickets we wanted. A few first class AC sleepers, mostly second class AC sleepers and the odd ...
... 4 days doing, i don't know what in McLeod Ganj!!! I had a bit of work to do, which i did from plesant coffee shops, and in one coffee shop i made a friend Shyem, who dort of became my guide for the next couple of days. We went to the Norbulingka Institute which is an institute for the preservation of Tibetan Art and culture..... With beautiful gardens and interesting artisans. Its about 15km from McLeod and we went on Shyem's ...