Hotel South End
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Soon I will go to Dharamsala to meet up and spend a few days with my cousin who is there now chilling out! And then back to Chandigarh to meet up with Heather and start our awesome Himalayan cycling adventure!!
This past two weeks (two weeks!!) has been about slowly acclimatizing myself to being in India and stretching my travel legs a bit. The next several weeks will be about crazy awesome adventure time! I meann... visiting the Dalai Lama's place of ...
... two ceiling fans, my brown t-shirt had tide lines of salt from all of the sweat that had soaked into it and then dried out in the last 24 hours. It looked disgusting but I didn’t care, I had a slightly dirty, slightly sticky and sweaty, faux leather bunk bed to sleep on and I couldn’t have been happier with it.
The conductor popped his head around the door to tell us it would be 6 hours until our stop and he asked us “Is the carriage ok? Is it to your ...
... but it was too cold for a swim.
The dinner buffet was hot and smelly, but we did find some stuff to eat. Let's pray we haven't destroyed our stomachs. :)
Tomorrow we're off to do a zip nide adventure some 80 kilometers north of Chandigarh, so I hope our day turns out to be much better than today, although today was pretty good, considering. :)
G'night from beautiful ...
... but no matter as i was in no rush today. It was at this point the moment i stepped off the train that the day went a little sour.
Custom to touts i knew the ride would consist of a hotel stop, the subsequent rejection of it and then to get him to drop me at a central point and find my own way...but when i refused the driver took me back to the station and wouldn't take me into Chandigarh! So i got ...
... from countries like Iraq, Afghanistan, take billion of dollars from Overseas Contingency Operations and bring that back home to people. 23%, the most, is spent for defense - some must be spent, no question here, but its time to clean the mess and pull out from countries that no longer require American/EU presence. With Love and Light and Trust that there is some Wisdom in the politicians heads and that they are not blind with control and power.