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... 2 o'clock came around and thought I needed something more substantial and wasn't feeling adventurous enough on my first day to go complete fully cooked street food so found a cafe and got a sandwich, very nice.
Afterwards, and after a few laps of the same streets till I remembered/flukily got back to the apartment I thought that would be a good place to have a rest and return.
Day one, and Imodium is still in tact!
... wasn't too surprising to see half the other wedding guests there as well, but I think that's what took up the most time - chatting to everyone and discussing the same stuff and the plans for the following day. The guys in the bangles shop weren't the most expedient either, at the end I just wanted to go out after seeing a thousand things that were not what I wanted until they managed to find the right stuff in the end. At least it was extremely cheap, ...
Something important at the end
Drive slow as there are sharp unexpected turnings near Sangam which may cause accidents.
Leave home early and keep enough time in hand to enjoy the twin places.
The place is unbelievably beautiful and much more than my expectation. It can be compared to any national level tourist spot. The place is really worth visiting even in any season.
... looking at the ground making sure you don't trip on a slab of cement, or worse yet, step into a hole in the sidewalk. All the way, you're wondering why you left the peace and comfort of your hotel. Once we arrived at Bartn Centre, it was a building set back a bit from the street so you couldn't quite figure out where there could be a restaurant because you suddenly stopped seeing people. However, our fearless guide, Dave, was leading ...
... to this place , Balls to Daata , Balls to Sup ” we’l wait here for them…. Couldn’t take one step further in tat dark and foggy conditions… it was hard ...