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After a 90km bus ride lasting 9 hours We've arrived in manali. I'm traveling with a Canadian girl named Matia whom I met in McLeodganj. We came to the bus stop about 6 am and went straight to old manali. We met some other people on the bus that new the way. I'm not to sure what to make of this place yet. I thought that being high season it would be busier. There are really not many people here. A lot of hippies and your typical ...
... o’clock in the evening, hair brushed, shirt and trousers, he looked so smart; his family were dressed up smartly as well and they gave me a massive present wrapped up neatly and with a bow. It was an A4 photo-frame with a Christian bible reference in it; it was so nice and thoughtful. Ravi is a true legend and such a lovely guy; I’ll definitely miss him. (Also can’t believe I forgot to get a photo!)
... overland journey to the sexy ancient temples of kahajuraho to belatedly celebrate Theresa's 27th birthday (!). The journey to said temple town will include a quick overnight in Chandigarh (an unusual and boring modernist city designed by Le Corbusier) to visit an amazing surreal sculpture park designed using recycled materials (nek chand fantasy rock garden: www.nekchand.com). Update: rock garden was amaaaaaazing & finally arrived in ...
... my camera too. Oops! I have never been good at following rules. It can't be helped. I waved goodbye to my new friends who I think cottoned on to the fact that I had no idea what they were saying to me, and ascended the main staircase up to the temple. I have to admit, I was met with disappointment when I got to the top. The temple is not as ornate as one might expect.... there is nothing grandiose about it and in my mind, doesn't exude the importance you would expect for such ...
... waiting to leave. "Chandigarrgh, Chandigargh...". Yes please. On I get.
Across the dusty plains we go. Set off in search of Chandigarrgh. Arrive.
Planned city. Spacious. Beautifully laid out. CLEAN. Leafy avenues. Imagine if you can (it's hard, I know), Milton Keynes in the sunshine. No, it's nicer than that. Peaceful parks. Grand houses. Many men in turbans. Sikh temples abound, some decked out in flowers for Mr & Mrs Someone's big day. ...