Bye bye India (part 2)

Reet, time for part 2 of our fairwell update about India!
We're actually kickin' it in Nepal now, which we've been doing since getting here on Saturday night. We left India on Wednesday afternoon on an absolute mission, arriving in Pokhara, Nepal, 4 days later. We are talking 4 dog solid days of buses, trains and jeeps in over 40 degrees.
Stick that in your Chapateh!
Evelina also worked out that it would have cost us the same to take a 50 minute flight from Delhi when we were 3 days into it. Pure face.
But! You've gotta love all that aswell because it's such a mental experience travelling in India, and the more testing it is, the more character building it is. Jumping on a 12 hour bus journey feels like a walk on Weggy park, now.
Anywho, here's the last load of Picceh's from our ridiculously amazing time in India.
Enjoy em!
Here's Evelina, advertising Manali's natural spring water. In reality, it's probably filtered Delhi rat bath water. Ratteh.
We followed water fall all way tut top.
I honestly had no idea, Evelina was taking a photo.
Some cute, lickle, Tibetan school Kiddies we met one morning. A couple of them started doing one-arm press-up's, to impress us. So funny.
I caught a cold. Meh.
We left Manali and bus'd it south to Rishikesh. This bus was jammed.
Wait there..what the hell is that in front of our bus!?
Oh, it's's just a load of Indian men, going down the road in a giant bag of potatoes.

Sometimes Indian men like to dye their hair orange. This man decided to dye his tash, orange, aswell. Each to their own.

This is Rishikesh. The Yoga capital of the world. 
We went to the abandoned ashram, where the Beatles hung out, taking loads of drugs. They wrote most of the white album while they were there so they must have been on some good shit.

At the gates to the ashram, we found these 2 European hippies.They claimed that they'd spent the last 2 years walking the grounds, trying to figure out which gate was the way out. They were clearly out of their minds on LSD.
We took them under our wing and gave them names. Dodge and Phil.

Then we started a band.
The daily ceremony, held on the ghats in Rishikesh. The dude in red is a megastar around those parts.
We did yet more treking up to the hills. Well worth it for the view.
Where there is water. There is Indian men in pants.
View from 'The Beatles' cafe.
Oh dear. Looks like the rest of the India snaps are gonna have to go in the next blogg update because the camera batterie's just gone.
Ah, well... be back soon with the rest of them and maybe even a few newbies from Nepal. And those one's are beauties!
Thanks for reading!

Postat av: Amanda

Ha ha! Vilket ruuligt inlägg! Ni är underbara och jag är säker på att ert band hade blivit AMAZING, kanske skulle ni kunna döpa det till "Hair"?

2013-06-05 @ 20:58:58

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