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... we had struck up quite a relationship with them all.
As ever, as we paid the vast bill (It was around £7 including the beers) they asked if we could take their photo! We never worked out quite why they are so enamoured with photos but we obliged and left them to a chorus of cheery goodbyes and waves. What endearing people they are here.
We staggered back to the station and waited patiently for the "express" to arrive. it did eventually turn up and then took ...
... bus ride only cost us $6. Instead we opted to walk, our hotel was only 1 km away, however we were unaware that everything is built on the mountain and it was all uphill. At 5 am and with a still recovering Sarah it was a slow and painful walk.
We arrived at Dreamland Hotel that we had booked over the phone, or so we thought. Instead they had no idea who we were, no record of our reservation and showed us rooms with double beds when there were clearly 3 of ...
... had not been exaggerating. The hotel was indeed beautifully appointed with the main foyer leading into a main spacious and well furnished lounge, surrounded by a high rise of balconies and hotel rooms. We were very fortunate to be upgraded to an Executive Suite - which not surprisingly we had no trouble in accepting.
Gracious staff provided us what felt like an Induction tour of the hotel's facilities which lasted for at least thirty minutes. Having limited ...
... 8217;s early spring here and the land is dry and mostly brown at this elevation, but the treat for us is the blossoms—there are apple, apricot, green almond and cherry trees, in their various shades of pink dotting the hillsides like wisps of cotton candy.
The next morning we drove on a precipitous road to a village near Kalpa. Susse and Lise gasped in turn with vertigo. Vikash laughed. No matter how close to the edge he had to go when a vehicle came toward us, and ...
... it. She was reserving it for a man friend further on. Then two men actually offered their seats up for me, how amazing.
A traffic jam blocked the road just outside Banjar for ages and the rain came down.
Shoja was hardly a village, more of a hamlet on the roadside, up so very high in the mountains. We enquired for a room at the first place we saw, a homestay where we were welcomed by a nice hill lady. We shared a viewing gallery with our ...