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Travel Blogs from Parwanoo
... her motorcycle. We though she would be a good bargainer for shopping. She guided us through the hectic market packed with people. Boy were we right! You guys do not know what power shopping is until you've been shopping with this young lady. She bargained down our prices like a pro. It was the best part about shopping. And as she bargained the price lower, the volume of the conversation went up. Fabulous! My favorite shop was the glass bangle booth. The men who sold these ...
Yeah no chance you are going to get a picture of that! We spent the day teaching and lecturing....and having tea! I love tea tea time. I had two more groups of seven ladies who were equally awesome as the last and love taking pictures as much as me! I'm in about a million pictures, retina burn! We've all learned a lot and had fun too! The participants of our workshop had an outing planned after work and invited us. Jackie and I decided to go along. ...
... exists or not, but most certainly the people we met in Shimla did not pay it having arrived by train or bus from different states. Us=1, taxi driver =0.
About 20minutes after leaving Pinjore, we entered onto a busy mountain pass. It is safe to say, our anxiety hit the roof as the roads hit a new level of anarchy. Weaving through the mountains with a sheer drop off the edge, a blind rise and blind corner amalgamate into an adrenaline trip unrivaled by the Zambezi's biggest ...
... it is winter we are not expecting acres of blooms, but we hope that some will be putting on a show for us.
We get out our small map and head out in what we think is the right direction. We cross roads, pass endless car parks full of bicycles, motorcycles and cars and end up doing what we so often do, following the crowd. This time it takes us along a path and toward a small open market. We have been walking for about ...
... everything from here, but with not too much detais - just what I need. The coffin is put on the ground, the drummers stop and everyone sit here and there, taking some rest after the walk. Then some folks start gathering wood. How much lumber an average person needs? Well, at some point a car with more woods come, which are thrown down, almost making the funerals to a collective ones. The rest is just on the pictures... Coming home I see a stack ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet