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... Church. All of this in India! A highly surprising
aspect of our stay was the lack of noise. India is not none for peace and
quiet, at least not in towns. This not the case in Shimla. There were still
great crowds of people but they all seem to be either under instructions to keep the
racket down or, like us, hypnotised by the tranquil atmosphere. After 3 weeks of constant racket, this came as a very pleasant
Our journey back to Delhi was ...
... 2013), I started inquiring about it. There was a lot of searching on the internet and several calls made to people in and around Shimla for information on transportation to Khatnol (village from where the trek starts, 48 kms. from Shimla) and stay options over there. I did not get any definite answer and I decided to stay in Shimla and commute to Khatnol on the day I was planning the trek and come back to Shimla after the trek. ...
... to the Indian homes and businesses perched on the hills.
The Main Street 'The Mall' was lined with shops and cafes and there were tourists everywhere. Just above the Mall was 'The Ridge' a large road lined with old buildings and with a spectacular view to the Himalaya mountains in the distance. The Ridge was the best place for people watching - locals and tourists alike flocked there to enjoy the day. Most of the tourists in Shimla ...
... 8217;s a 5000-rupee ($100) fine for dropping your garbage on the street, and a 200-rupee fine for smoking in public (although an Indian woman we met advised us not to look down the hillsides if we wanted to keep our illusion of a clean Shimla).
We spent a day walking, shopping, doing errands, and for me, writing for a couple of hours in an upstairs café across from the Town Hall called “Wake and Bake.” Dan explained to me that it’s a stoner term for ...