Hotel South End
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... we had to use a combo of GPS on the phone and looking out of the train door to verify where we were.
We arrived fifteen minutes early at Amritsar station, our driver from the hotel soon arrived to pick us up and off we went for the short seven minute drive to the ‘Mrs Bhandari’s Guesthouse’, very much like a home stay. It was pitch black when we arrived and we were immediately taken to a block and what was quite an unusual ...
... the bags. I did my most antisocial face and I’m happy to say that just like in a pizza shop at 2am; it worked perfectly and nobody even dared to make eye contact with me. I was tired and groggy from medication; this is the worst version of me you could hope to meet.
Hayley comes running back and grabs her bag “He said, this train now. We have to get this train!” “Are you sure?” “He said Rishikesh, now” The tiredness, the heat ...
... I can find a better selection of sandals at less than half the price somewhere else? It may only be a few bucks, but these women are my kinda bargain shoppers! I was really touched she had my back. I guess shopping is a universal bond women share ;) I cannot wait to go to the market with them tomorrow. You will get a full update! Off to bed, I get to lecture tomorrow. Not so nervous now considering they have all seen me look pretty ridiculous on a ...
... fresh oranges and apples, sweet
biscuits like halva and then a beautiful homemade lunch.
It turns out Keshav is a seller of tea, not a teacher as he initially told us. However he's referred to as a teacher by his friends and family as he reads and studies so much. He shows us photos and letters from other westerners and tourists whom he has taken under his wings and welcomed into his home. We have been treated so well and have to politely prise ourselves ...
... that filled up with water in the rainy season. There was a path that you could cross by stone bridges. Rishi thought that was cool. We found a rocky ledge that we climbed. It was fun and exciting. When we walked on a little further we saw an amphitheater carved out of rock. It was very neat. In one place we went there were stone houses that made a mini village. It looked impressive. On our way out of the ...