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... in pines and cedars. Shimla was one of the main hill stations the British would go to escape the intense heat of the plains. We visited Viceroy lodge which was built for Lord Dufferiin the first place in Shimla to have electricity and was furnished by Maple & Co London. This was where the British ruled from during the summer months and a lot of major decisions were ...
... used up to get there.
The trip to Shimla took 10 hours. The anxiety of the roads continued...and with even more vigor. On our route we passed through a number of little farming towns in the state of Punjab, and were told by the driver that it is an agriculture rich state and one of the wealthiest areas in India. The roads were lined with rice paddys and apparently things like Cuman, linseed, sesame seed and potatoes are grown in the same state. The air became fresher and ...
... C’est un endroit très populaire avec les touristes indiens. Etant à 2000m, il fait bon, surtout quand on compare avec la chaleur des plaines.
On est resté seulement un jour, à se balader autour des bâtiments à l’architecture britannique très différente du style colonial habituel. On a trouvé la nourriture occidentale qui nous manquait le premier jour, et on a opté pour un Tex-Mex, quelque chose qu’on n’avait ...
... would end up being an anticlockwise circumambulation round the hill, which indeed was the case. I found the "Chadwick Falls, 3km" sign again and this time took the downhill track on the right. I arrived at a gate which a security guard would not let me past even though locals were happily going to and fro unhindered. However shortly before the gate there was a gap in the barrier on the right, which marked the start of a little-used path. It led east, the ...
... knifed lorry,- then everything snarls up big style!! But anyway our first stop was Naldehra, a thick cedar wood forest with a golf course. A quick walk to the top from the jeep gives what you can just make out to be wicked views, can’t believe this fog is ruining it all!! We sit and have chai with our adopted granddad who gives us a history lesson; he is such a philosophical character which provides for some interesting debates and conversations anyway !! The ...