Hotel South End
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of cows on the main street of the suburb I am in! A surreal moment!
It is also the thrill of actually finding my way back home down obscure back ways and dirt paths to my hostel from the more central parts of the city where I shop and hit the cinemas. I am always kind of semi lost and I enjoy the challenge of navigating my way back. A few times I have been lost lost! And that was not fun! And when the juice to my phone, which I use to navigate runs low... it ...
... weifght of my bags almost had me ready to faint at this point. Hayley said “How are we supposed to know if this is the right train?” “I don’t know, ask the idiots; ask the army”
We saw a conductor stood in the doorway to a carriage, we asked if this was the train to Rishikesh. He looked at us blankly, the engine roared to life. “Rishikesh? Does this train go there?” He looked puzzled, we showed him a piece of paper with the name ...
... ever seen a white person before, and I don't mind posing for a photo with some of the families and the young kids but when it's a group of about 4 guys in their late 20's who are obviously cutting Lewis out of the photo I get a bit annoyed. I've been stared at, pointed at, groped and touched despite covering up as much as possible. The worst was waking up on a sleeper train in the middle of the night to find a group of guys sat ...
... Manali and Leh.
It was getting dark so I decided to look for a hotel. All of them were fully booked. All 15-20 that I've checked. The only three I found were really expensive 1,600 - 2,000 Rs which you need to divide by 70 to get the price in Pounds Sterling. Apparently, it is a holiday season in India now and people from Delhi are going north to escape the heat in central India. I decided to carry on until I reach Chandigarh - the capital of ...
... did the rest of the crowd. Sukhi is super cool with a mass of curly black hair - her look is somewhere between Katie Melua and Neneh Cherry. She's a born performer who loves the spotlight and draws everyone's attention as soon as she gets on stage. Hari's more low-key, but got a great reception from the crowd when he stepped up to take the lead on a couple of tracks. While they were on, the rest of us ended up chatting with ...