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... far worse than what we saw in Jordan.Upon our arrival at Kalka we follow the rest of the passengers to the narrow gauge railway and board our carriage,very basic seats(40) to a carriage.A far cry from the executive coach we had for the previous 5 hours. With a loud blast of the horn the train stuttered off on our 5 hour and 60 mile journey climbing and corkscrewing our way up into the foothills of the Himalayas to Simla.The whole journey reminded us of ...
... temple which they destroyed. Islam doesn't believe in idol worship but you can see Hindu symbolism all over the pillars.
They also used local craftsmen who had **** all idea how to build a dome so the domes ended up more like cones, and they didn't know how to build a proper arch either. Despite this they did a pretty good job on the arches on the qibla wall which ...
... religion but today I saw first hand the power / influence it has on people, never seen that commitment in say Christianity or Catholic. Didn't feel threatened but reminded me of my time in Kabul, it is brain washing or devotion, I'll need to think about it. John did his normal thing of eat everything on the breakfast menu with a spice level of 'blow your head off' much to the delight of the various chefs on duty. Word got around in the kitchen area and they began to ...
... from Barry's cheek, had he turned his head to the right, he would have "bumped" into the end of the rifle. Uh oh!, do I get out and likely cause a stir, or sit. I opted to sit. Thankfully Barry did not really notice this small detail and kept looking down. With a wave of the hand and the rifle strap adjusted we were dismissed. Off we went with the rest of our trip uninterrupted to Delhi and a good feeling to arrive at home intact!. We think our driver was happy to wave good bye ...
... our individual tiny bunk beds which were to become our hovels for the next, what should have been 10 but was actually 15 hours. At least we were (or at least I was ) given blankets and a pillow. whether or not they were housing eco-systems of lice or other creatures was something I was prepared to glance over in the interest of getting warm and comfortable.
Then to make the evening a little more interesting, I slipped whilst trying to climb up ...