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Jmitchell14 stayed here on Mar 20, 2011 during their trip titled: James' Overland Adventure.
... of Apocalypse Now, much to Kellie's bemusement. So a sticky and sleepless night was followed by a warm, bright morning. We nipped out and bought some water and buns, to replace those we had lost the night before and met up with Bee-ball to get a taxi to the place where we would catch our bus from. It was due to arrive at 0915 but Bee-ball wanted us to be early, just in case. When the bus eventually arrived at 1015, we had been sitting for almost two hours, outside ...
... I will not.
What I will miss about India . . .
I will miss the color, particularly the women with their vibrant Saris flowing by as they pass on their moto-scooters, or those simply walking elegantly down the street under their umbrellas.
I will miss the countless colourful fruit and vegetable stands.
I will miss the dogs sleeping everywhere, but always in the middle of any road.
I will miss the sound ...
... to see houses and buildings which are half built. Most Buildings are colourful and rectangle or square in shape, whereas in india you would find buildings which are oddly shaped. Was interesting to see the use of tall bamboo as scaffolding. In the distance you can see some hazy mountains and a Buddha temple here and there. The arcitecture looks as if it has been influenced by the chinese, which would make sense as china and tibet are so close. We approached ...
... br> the sight as where the big B’s mum gave birth. It has since then been wrecked
by various invading armies most recently the Muhgals on a campaign of
All the major Buddhist countries are
building/have built monasteries including a couple of European nations and a
Canadian monastery on the way. And as you can imagine it brings on some very
un-buddhist competition. The Chinese are directly across the ...