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... I am to be cycling in India. How fortunate I am to be in India! I've always wanted to come back here since my first trip fifteen years ago. And here I am! And cycling!! What a treat!!
Enjoying the celebrity of it! And that people aren't shy to stare and even ask my 'good name' and 'what country' at a stop light! I am happy to oblige ...and anyone I notice staring at me, I am sure to greet them with a smile and hello. So far anyway!! I might get tired of ...
... on to the point where it was hard to believe that the bus would even be able to move. I looked at Hayley and said “I can’t do this; I don’t care how cheap it is. I can’t stand up for 5 hours on a bus like that” Hayley looked relieved that I had chickened out first. “OK, let’s go find the train station”
The train station was a nightmare that was only slightly better than the bus station. The place was crowded and even noisier ...
... To add even more shame to my geekiness, I even dragged Lewis to the Le Corbousier centre which is basically a museum of his work.... I was just interested as I've read so much about the impact the layout of cities has on the culture within them but haven't seen many of the ideas actually in motion. After visiting the Le Corbousier centre we got a rickshaw to take us to the Nek Chand Fantasy Rock Garden. This is basically an ...
Well Chandigarh literally means : nice home/place and it is. Its well planned and doesn't have the madness or disarray of Delhi. It was nice to breathe cleaner air too!
We spent a few days there, relaxing, eating awesome food and visiting family.
... collision, it would slice me in two like a cheese wire, and my top half would fly through the windscreen like a broken mannequin, leaving my legs behind. There was nothing for it but to suppress these grisly thoughts and focus on the improbability of being in a bus crash twice. I tried to breathe evenly and stay calm as the bus pulled out, the driver resolutely ignoring plaintive cries of "notyetnotyet" and the sound of hard brown ...