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... like normal, or like I was upon arrival to India.
Mitch and I talked about it, and it's important to remember that we only have 10 more days here, so we should do out best to enjoy it! We also made a no complaining rule for the remainder of the trip because we both know how bad some of things here are, and drawing attention to it will do neither of us any good. For a while now I have been trying to have fun with the bad things, or ...
... job through. We took some photos and ambled out.
And I do mean “ambled”. Michel has the most meandering and lethargic walk I have ever encountered. I am so glad Sean wasn't here. Sean's walk is a hellishly brisk march, focusing on keeping travel time to the barest minimum. If he had been here, Sean would have been driven to beat Michel to death with the nearest stone statue for wasting so much time. For us this plodding pace meant increased sun ...
... down is not obvious, but we are directed, and find a bus just leaving, too late for us to get tickets. After some discussion, we get tickets on an Aerobus, not the Skybus we were thinking of, but Dianne gets us front seats while Murray puts the bags under.
We have a pretty quick trip the 70kms to the LCCT, with the bus getting up to 120 Km/h at times, and taking up a lot of the road, taking lane lines as a guide only. We pass ...
... didn’t tell me was that the drivers would lie in order to get you on their bus, so it turns out that knowing where I wanted to go didn’t help me.
By the time I arrived at the wrong end of Mussoorie, I was so exhausted (from my sleepless night last night and my series of flights and bus trip during the day) that I just picked the first hotel that looked halfway decent. I dropped my bags off in my room and went looking for something to eat. ...
... 8211; she felt unnerved by the behaviour of the employees (this had to be the most rigorously and frequently swept and dusted guest house ever) who were constantly cleaning either because they were teetering on the neurotic or were brain-numbingly bored.
Galle is quite a strange place as there isn’t a vast amount to tax the tourist. Once you have seen the lighthouse, the ramparts overlooking the sea and, probably most interestingly, the local court ...