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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the "toy train" and this quaint town with it`s unique Anglo - Indian atmosphere. It was the summer retreat for the British when we ruled India. When the heat was too unbearable in Delhi and the other important cities they moved lock stock and barrel up to Shimla to keep (relatively) cool.
We took the metro which was an entertainment in itself. It felt as though at least half of Delhi`s 22 million inhabitants were in our carriage.
... time to play cards, jump on the beds, make pillow fights, support Elena and Ariana’s gymnastics training, discuss and make decisions about our budget, kill spiders in the room, have "movie nights "together and snorkel/scuba dive with precious coral and fish of all colors. We swam with sharks, mantas and Stingrays in Polynesia, we made Sandboarding in the Atacama Desert, we saw killer whales jumping, we ...
We spent the morning sorting things out and packing. We left for the airport at 11:45 am. for a 3:20 pm 1hr 40min flight on Jet Airways to Delhi connecting with Emirates 9:20 pm 4 hr. flight to Dubai. We had a light lunch at the airport and our flight took off on time and landed in Delhi a half hour early. Raghu ...
... centres, and emporiums. They were also trying to sell us hankies. We laughed, as the last time we were in Canaught Place at the time of Parv's wedding Mark bought a set of hankies which he thought he got for a good price. When he got them home they were only half hankies,LOL. He is still using them. Rang Tutu, but decided not to try to go to his place this time as we have only 1day in Delhi before leaving ...
... I met up with the group the other side of security, said my goodbyes as they are on a different flight to London and headed for the lounge to relax. Boarded the flight sat in seat 1A, just behind the pilots. Flat bed and champagne luxury to celebrate the end of the trek ! I'll miss the stunning scenery and the people I met on the trek. I won't miss the icy toilets, mountain sickness, the basic stodgy food, black tea & porridge. It was really good fun though ...