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... br> Day 9- Manali-Rohtang-Manali (57 kms)
Day 10- Manali-Chandigarh (308 kms)
Day 11- Chandigarh-Delhi (245 kms)
Day 12- Delhi
Day 13- Delhi-Mangalore (flight)
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"Everything doesn't go according to the plan always"- said some anonymous person!
And guess what…he’s right! The above plan was elaborate to an unimaginable extent. We knew each and every turn even before we stepped on ...
... Christmas and he tells me they eat vegetarian meals for the whole of December and then on Christmas Day, as a feast they eat meat (chicken). Last Christmas he had to dress as Santa for a day which is a sweltering job in India. He's never seen snow. At 11.00pm, I feel my chances of getting a bed diminishing. I spot a mouse dart under the bed next to me and Akhil doesn't seem in the least bit surprised or concerned about it. I'm sitting on a spare bed so at 12.00pm ...
... 8 am and rode the short distance to the Vypin ferry intending to cross over the water inlet that fills Vembanand lake. As I was sat there I realised I still had my room key in my pocket and rushed back to the hotel to return it. It was a true Homer Simpson 'doh' moment. Anyway I made it back and managed to get on board. The crossing lasted about 10 minutes and cost the equivalent of about 5 UK pence . Take note ...
... started the drive from Bangalore towards Mangalore after breakfast by 8 AM on Thursday, 21st June in my Linea. It took a lot of patience to drive out of the Bangalore City to reach Neelamangala, The road from Neelamangala to Ku****l was a good divided 4 lane highway, one can easily keep a 100+ km/hr. After Ku****l till Hassan 4 laning process is underway so the roads were on and off with 2 and 4 lanes, but ...
Nothing much more to say about Mangalore really, went to the station and collected our luggage and got on the train which was on time! Yay. It started at Mangalore and there wasn’t many people on to begin with, it was full after a couple of hours but by that time we’d put the beds up so didn’t have to squish up with anyone else which was good. On route to ...