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Tom and I left Diu a little sad to be leaving. It was a great place a bit off the tourist trail (cos it's such a git to get to) and we knew we could have spent much longer there. Still, onward ever onward! We took a night bus back to the hub-town of Ahmedabad. The bus journey was another horror though. It wouldn't start so most of the customers had …
... at home.
After lunch some of us went outside in the square containing many stores. There, children of the street people immediately came up to us with hands outstretched constantly begging. We attempted to ignore them as we had been instructed, but it was very difficult. The children were filthy, yet very cute, and they were clearly well rehearsed as how to go about their business. As we thought about them later in the day we wondered ...
... We had decided to stay here since our flight was at 6:15 in the morning, which meant getting up at 3. I let the desk know when we checked in that we would need a wake-up call at 3 and a car at 3:45. “No problem”, he responded, and I groaned inwardly. It is not easy to sleep soundly when you know you need to wake up at an ungodly hour to make a flight, and this being India, we assumed there would be a few ...
... we went back to our hotel and had an early night in preparation for our early train to Amritsar.
After leaving Delhi it started raining (for the first time on our trip through India – we've been really lucky with the weather so far) and the rain followed us all the way to Amritsar. We were lucky on arrival that the rain stopped very briefly allowing us enough time to find a café and ponder our next move re accommodation.
... still flock to visit. Our next stop was Nizamuddin, named after a 13th century Sufi saint. The atmosphere here was truly unique. It was like stepping back into medieval times. The busy narrow lanes were sandwiched between lines of stalls and jammed with people you had to weave in and out of to move ahead. There was so much to absorb all our senses where operating at full function for this place - goats tied to shop walls, restaurants selling fresh naan, carts with ...
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