Kasauli Regency Hotel
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... aback by Lee insisting we have the seats we paid for and the people sitting in them can have the ****** seats given its much easier for Indians to buy tickets. Go Lee, I was impressed.
The journey was spectacular, the photos albeit just snaps portray just how stunning and beautiful this country is. It was very hair raising in parts, I have to say. With sheer drops at every turn. We had breakfast served on the train at a station halfway. Lovely ...
... grip. I keep going as I want to get to camp before it gets darker. After a couple more stops to catch my breath I'm nearly there. Riding into camps there's a few cheers and 'well done Paul's. What a relief to have made it.
The camp is set in pine trees, which is pretty, its cool though due to how high we are. Again the camp is well laid out, we're on a slope with the tents spread out nicely. After bringing Adrian's and my bag to the tent I ...
... looked at as a gift. But who knows? He did crack some jokes and sayings, which we laughed at, but then you think about it from his cultural perspective and it's interesting. Love is blind, marriage opens your eyes. Then he did say that when you get married to someone, you're with that person forever. To me, I think people really could benefit from this in the US. The divorce rate is crazy. I think this is why people are entering married later, so they can hopefully find the right ...
... we took off again with me wondering what tree he might leave us around!
We had arranged to go to Kalka to the railway station to try and book rail tickets on the toy train to Shimla and after joining one queue to be told to naff off and go "round the back", we finally found the booking office buried down the end of the station in a tiny office. No joy there so we gave it a miss and decided that we may just have to bus it there ...
Chuk - Chuck - Chuk
Every year my husband makes us all travel to Himachal to meet his parents and relatives. Those who've read my blog on "Mandi" know why I actually chose Shatabdi in the first place?!!
The Protocol is, we wake up by 5 AM ourselves then get the sleepy baby in our arms and rush out by 6 AM to reach the New Delhi Railway Station. Usually Rajdhani and Shatabdi all stand in platform no.1. thus, not much trouble in dragging the luggage along ...