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... by their short name. All curiosity extended to me has been incredibly respectful.
I have only seen four others here of Western decent. Three Russians I saw in a Pizza place and an American I saw walking in a mall. Pegged them by overhearing their accent! So I am an almost total anomaly here. Something I am eating up and is a nice change from being in places the entire last year where they cater to tourists! It is a nice change to be in a non-touristic place! ...
... 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 ...
... left without coffee or breakfast as the restaurants near by do not deliver until 8AM, which is when we wanted to be on the road headed back to Delhi.
We stopped at a lake in the town and walked around to enjoy the area, it is a very pretty and very clean town.
Along the way we stopped for a bite and masala dosa was the choice of fare. These people do not know how to make ...
... Manali and Leh.
It was getting dark so I decided to look for a hotel. All of them were fully booked. All 15-20 that I've checked. The only three I found were really expensive 1,600 - 2,000 Rs which you need to divide by 70 to get the price in Pounds Sterling. Apparently, it is a holiday season in India now and people from Delhi are going north to escape the heat in central India. I decided to carry on until I reach Chandigarh - the capital of ...
... did the rest of the crowd. Sukhi is super cool with a mass of curly black hair - her look is somewhere between Katie Melua and Neneh Cherry. She's a born performer who loves the spotlight and draws everyone's attention as soon as she gets on stage. Hari's more low-key, but got a great reception from the crowd when he stepped up to take the lead on a couple of tracks. While they were on, the rest of us ended up chatting with ...