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This was unplanned really but the best (safest) way to get to Dharamsala from Amritsar seems to be by going back through Chandigarh.
So never one to miss an opportunity, we will stay a day so Bryan can meet another client that lives there.
It is unlikely we will meet Puneet and Anju this time as the lucky couple are flying off to the USA. Have a fabulous time both of you and Anju don't forget to Travelpod your trip so we can see all about ...
... has to shout at them and help them as they struggle with all of their **** back out onto the street. Then when we actually found the right bus they somehow barged past us and piled all of their junk into the aisle, refusing to move or sit down to let us get to our seats. Indians, they ******* love it in the aisle, it is now brash generalisation to say that a huge percentage of them spend most of any given journey standing up in the aisle, talking far too loudly or just staring into ...
... there was an open platform where the emperor would have sex with any wife. The guide then took us to a place where they sold jewelry, crafting, and all. We thanked the guy and gave him 350 rupees. We then hit the road and drove back to Delhi while listening to "yapaque ya nibhaya". We made it by 8 pm and mr. Rajendra helped us set up the bill. We paid 12000 rupees in total. Good ...
... on est retourné à Chamba d’où on pourra prendre le long détour par la route vers la vallée de Spiti.
After all the hot, noisy and huge cities we’d visited, it was time to head to the more peaceful and cooler mountains. We started with Dalhousie, a hill station built by the British in the Chamba Valley and an 8-hour bus ride from Amritsar. The last 3 hours were windy mountainous roads. When we got there, it was actually cool, being ...
... was announced as coming in on Platform 1, and we were waiting on Platform 2 as instructed and as the electronic message board confirmed. We followed the other passengers as they leapt down onto the tracks to get back to Platform 1.
There we met a friendly Indian man and his daughter who were also going to Rishikesh. He had a reservation for a sleeper car himself, but he instructed us with great sincerity to tip the TC (Train Conductor) 100-200 rupees and get ...