Quality Inn Sabari
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and the weird thing is that, actually, its not that crazy once you are part of it...
on that note, i will say goodbye for now, possibly for a while depending on how easy it is for me to borrow this laptop again. tomorrow i will find out what i will be doing here, and then in just over a week the girl that i briefly met in agra will also be arriving.
i know i will be missing everyone even more due to lack of communication, but i will think of you all when i look at the stars ...
... an area we haven’t visited before, and which is famous for its temples. When we booked we hadn’t considered that we might already be templed-out from Burma, but hopefully they’ll be different as Burma was mainly Buddhist, and Tamil Nadu will be Hindu.
Sunday 9th February Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) to Chennai (India)
We pack and down to a big breakfast, which might have to last us a long while as we are flying ...
... They took full advantage of this by gouging us on the taxi ride into town, which cost a fixed 700 rupees. That’s much more than the seven hour train ride from Delhi would have cost. An obvious solution would have been to provide a bus to bring people into town from the airport, but why do that when all foreigners are rich and dumb, right?
Once in Dehra Dun, I still had to get myself to my final destination of Mussoorie, which was still an hour ...
... like the one in Indiana Jones) perched precariously on the slope of a hill. I'm not sure how it formed naturally like that or why it doesn't slide down, but it was pretty darn cool. Later we hiked up to the main lighthouse, then sat atop some of the flat sheets of rock to take in the sunset (surrounded by tons of adorable goats). The next day we had all the intention to visit some of the temples in the city, but alas our laziness got the best of us. We spent ...
... are reasonable in both price and comfort are 2AC and 3AC. The AC means that it has air conditioning and the 2 and 3 mean that the berths are either 2 or 3 high. We had gone with 2AC and actually had a very pleasant journey. Each coach has a number and when tickets are purchased (advance purchase highly necessary) each one is assigned a berth and coach number. As we were waiting at the platform we noticed small sign boards about a carriage length apart which directed people to ...