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... 8217;. It had it’s own private separate entrance into a hallway which had a bed in it - handy for monkey who is usually perched in a corner - and two separate interconnecting doors that led into the the bedroom and into the bathroom which had a roll top bath. With tiny windows, it was a dark room but spacious enough with high ceilings, parquet flooring and very old fashioned heavy wooden furniture and two single beds sandwiched ...
... where we were. Hayley had told me earlier where we were going to stop and how we would get to the next stop but it had all just melted away with the few hours sleep I’d had.
We were unceremoniously thrown out of the bus at 4am on the side if a motorway. There was no pavement, no real way to get down to the street below us. No inkling as to where we could find our next bus, tuktuk or train to Rishikesh. It was one of those moments where I had to just pretend that I ...
Yesterday, after a short sleep in Delhi, we took a domestic flight to Chandigarh on an Indian Airline. This was the most immaculately clean plane I have ever been on. It is shameful how filthy american planes are compared to this one. Just sayin... Driving through the streets of Chandigarh was overwhelming. Cars of all types, motorcycles and scooters, bikes in abundance, Tuk Tuks, pedestrians and horse ...
... they would have gladly have us stay until the evening!
We return to the Golden Temple to experience it during sunset. It is a friend magical time, the melodic chanting, the last of the warm sunshine on our faces, then the thousands of kites flying in the air interspersed with birds. Just stunning and a memory I will never forget. There are even a few kite fatalities in the holy water, but these are promptly fished out!
What an amazing last day in ...
... we saw statues like people, bears, tigers, and horses. The rock garden was a very wonderful place.
The rose garden was really pretty and huge. It had lots of different kinds of roses with names like papa's rose, iceberg, milkyway, and stuff like that. Some of the colors were red, white, blue, purple, pink, and yellow. Some were big, some were medium, and some were small. There were people picnicking, selling ...