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... forms of godess - wealth, knowledge, power - laxmi, saraswati and durga- which is very rare. Ramesh told me that according to hindu mythology, Devi manifested in this form to kill a demon. There were thousands of people hiking uphill - and many shops along the way. The rate of people who climb this journey is same all 24 hours. They chant, sing, beat drums, eat along the way or fast completely . Few people were travelling on ponies, few old people were using ...
... we had had doubts about safety since we said yes we decided we can't go. We would have to pay Sahid expenses that's only fair he had been organising a lot and we were dropping out last minute as we were suppose to leave tomorrow. I would rather pay and not go than get my moneys worth and maybe not come back or come back mentally scarred. Plus Sahid had started to look mad in our eyes what was he doing babbling away at night and taking us to mosques. The problem was now how would we tell ...
... mâché and wooden faceted panelling, incredible. And hand painted with tiny gold and silver ornate designs.
We continued on, exploring the enterprising streets and seeing a few more sites and headed home in the late afternoon. On the way home, John stopped at a service station, filled up his car and demanded only this exact amount for payment for the days events. Overwhelmed with his generosity we stopped for ice cream on the way home as a treat and thank you.
... is Ex-Delhi, myself and Chell had booked early morning flights from Bangalore to Delhi, to ensure reasonable gap for a comfortable transit in the airport. Departing from Bangalore at around 6:35AM, we landed in Delhi by 9:25AM. With time in our hands, we did a little bit of window shopping, and settled in KFC (Chell’s addiction) for a filling brunch. We spent a few hours resting and also in the meanwhile going through the tour details once again, excited by ...
... at first...) and the houseboats. We prebooked a couple of nights at the interestingly named 'Swiss Hotel' owned by a Swiss born Kashmiri called Rouf. We spent the next couple of days wandering around the old city, visiting various gardens, mosques & aquainting ourselves with the city. Marta has had an upset stomach for much of the time & can't seem to shake it. Whatever she eats seems to come out ten times faster than it was consumed and normally at an ...