Kasauli Regency Hotel
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... 8230;…nearly 3hrs late. Confusion yet again with the seat reservations, although we had consecutive seat numbers they were again on opposite sides of the carriage….we’re kind of getting used to that but as Graham says, we want to be together! We eventually got seated and settled having negotiated a nifty swap with a family of four whose seating had also been split. Woo woo, Shimla here we come, rolling, rolling, rolling up the mountain track. ...
When looking back at my experience of only a week working at SOREM and trying my best to help them all succeed in any way, you have to realize that the reason you are here is to make a difference; and no one will make a difference if they don't smile while trying. Yeah, there are difficult times, but bonding with the students and staff, getting accepted into their community and culture, and seeing the valuable lessons soaking in to ...
... 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 ...
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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 ...
... ventured out around Simla starting at the bottom and slowly zig-zagging our way back up to the top. We past various shops and stalls of beautiful materials, spices and then other more random, bric-a-brac shops. After I dutifully spotted a 'Bar' sign we stopped for a masala tea, which premeditated my first Indian Beer named Thunderbolt. We also ate, me having chicken tikka and a stuffed nan, that was wafer thin, but moist. We met a local and arranged to go on a walk the next ...