Hotel Citi Heights
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... in India you have to picture the worst bus station you have ever been in, in the hottest weather you have ever known. Now put yourself standing at a urinal, trying to go, while there are six men showering behind you, all laughing and slapping each other like they just won a football match or something. I appreciate the theory behind letting people have a shower before or after a long journey, but when it is executed in this fashion; it’s just weird.
As I left the ...
... Dancing with the Stars. The young men students put on a skit in Hindi. I have no idea what they were saying, but **** jokes translate well....The evening ended around midnight after an amazing dinner/mingling event that was chaotic, crowded and fabulous. Jackie and I even sported our new bangles! It was the last chance to socialize with our new friends and get to know their families. They were all so sweet and eager to introduce us to their children and relatives. I collapsed into my ...
After a long slightly painful bus journey we arrive in Amritsar and find our hotel. Our room is huge and has a double height ceiling...luxury you would think apart from the fact it was snowing here last week and is still very cold. All we want is some warm food and to relax. The restaurant we had planned on going to had changed and was ridiculously upmarket, I couldn't bring myself to drag my dusty self in there. Another tuk tuk to the other end of town, manic here but in ...
... a little bit of travelling with us around India. For us, this is an opportunity of a lifetime to better understand our roots and where our families came from before settling abroad. We could always visit the places on our own but having our parents show us and tell us stories will be much more of a fufilling experience.
Chandigarh was the first ever planned city in India, it is a clean and orderly city (it has road lines!), compared to a lot ...
... The thing was you could not see anything on the road because the fog was so thick and I was sure we were going to go over the edge at some stage. Dave said it was worse than the rollercoaster at Luna Park and I tried to sound optimistic when he asked, 'Do you think we will make it?' We did make it... at 5am. Rickshaw to a hotel only to discover all hotels in a 4 block radius were full. For 2 hours Celi pounded the pavement and Dave sat on the streets with the homeless on bag watch. ...