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... we ate with confidence. The intricacy of some of the cakes and sweets was great to see, and a real surprise too. Maybe it was the sugar, maybe the intensity of the crowd but the mayhem of the streets was a little much for Scotty so we made our way back to the safety of our hotel room to shut the door on the world outside for a while and enjoyed some calm and quiet for a few hours.
Delhi is a great place, and like so many capital cities it is so rich with life ...
... After 1 1/2 hrs we stopped at a roadside cafe in the tiny settlement of Marhi at 3390m (11,200ft). I was feeling fine but a bit breathless so had some chocolate and water. We're advised to drink 2-3 litres of water a day to keep adequately hydrated. This helps minimize altitude sickness. A roadside sign said: "It's a rough road that leads to absolute greatness." In theory this is a sealed road but in practice about 25% was sealed across the width of the road, ...
... through a number of breathtakingly beautiful valleys, the first of which is the Banjarmasin Valley, the road largely wound next to the Sainj River which eventually veers off west from the north heading main road. Just after this, the road tracks the Beas River and heads through the town of Kullu, which is famous for beautifully made pashminas and thick Tibetan throw-overs. We stopped to see how these scarves were made.
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... the trees. We surprised Nilam by celebrating her birthday in the midst of the lush green forests. She was flabbergasted and speechless. The chocolate truffle cake was toothsome. After the cake ceremony we walked down to the stream and freshened up. The water was very sweet, had to be, it was pure mountain water. A couple of snaps there and we headed back to our car. I met a couple of Punjabis sitting on the lawn and enjoying Royal Stag whisky with their home ...
... are wiping down floors and tables. They never are idle. We wondered if they get paid well and one of the serial visitors, who is now leading a tour group, told us 'probably not’. Bihar is such a poor state the guys would feel very fortunate to have a job, a place to stay and meals that the Green Hotel provide. They also worked each of the 16 days we were there but said they do get time off to return to visit family in Bihar.