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... time things were looking up, something or someone would come along and put us down, however this was most likely due to a lack of sleep and hormones ha! We had decided to go to the railway ticket office in the morning to see if we could bypass going to Delhi as originally planned and get a train to Jaipur. Cara had done her research and it was possible to get a bus and a train connection. Sadly we ran into the dismissive railway ticket officer ...
... gracious building. In all there were 13 or 14 Viceroy's of India. Our guide said that " The Viceroy had flarish parties." I love to hear his terminology. My favorite from yesterday was, " ...and he became dead." Cracks me up. I digress.... A different time and era. It is sad for me to see the toll the weather and climate have taken on the building. And the gardens! There used to be a staff of 44 just for the gardens.
Inside there is ...
... and we tried some delicious Indian snacks and sweets- curry pie, cream rolls, vegetarian thali platter, and chai tea. Our first day here and we knew we would love the food! Shimla sits at 2500m abive sea level, so obviously it was very cold! We arrived SO underprepared! All we had were hoodies and tracksuit pants. We were We woke up the next morning to a beautiful view. We we staing at the top of Shimla village and we had a view of the town below and surrounding mountains. In ...
... difficult. When we arrived in Shimla we were invited for
breakfast at his mothers place. There we were welcomed heartily fed
thoroughly. Here we learned to drink a mango. Simply bite one end
off, squeeze and suck out the deliciousness. Since then we can't live
without our daily dose.
As at this time of year, the city of
Shimla is packed with Indian ...
... told us that the road would bifurcate from Kelodhar after a while and we should take the upper road to Naglog, not the road descending to Rampur. She was right.
After dropping her, we turned back and found our way onto the Naglog road. This was on yet another mountain ridge overlooking a ...