East Bourne Resort & Spa
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... Each time we entered a tunnel they would to a man, and woman, let
out a huge cheer. This was originally intended to amuse their children, of which
there could have been at least 200, but the rest of us were soon taking part
with great gusto. The party atmosphere increased as they unveiled huge bags
full of interesting and revoltingly unhealthy looking snacks and drinks. These they
generously shared with everyone else but then, to our horror, dispatched ...
... flat but a long way below the Mall. There are other flattish roads as well spreading along the ridge linked with steep smaller roads and stairways. Cart Road links the train station to a lift about 1.5 km away which goes up to the higher Mall. The taxi fare from station to lift is Rs150/- and the lift fare Rs10/-. Actually the lift doesn't really get as high as The Mall at its highest so there still a climb to the top. The "centre" of the town could ...
... museum it was nearly closing time so we decided to go to the nearby Indian Institute of Advanced Studies instead.
This was an amazing building that was built in the 1880's for the Viceroy of India - it was known as the Viceregal Lodge. We got a tour of the building and enjoyed wandering around the grounds. It had a Hogwarts feeling about it - would be an amazing place to study now!
On our last night in Shimla we had a bit of a ...
... 8217;s early spring here and the land is dry and mostly brown at this elevation, but the treat for us is the blossoms—there are apple, apricot, green almond and cherry trees, in their various shades of pink dotting the hillsides like wisps of cotton candy.
The next morning we drove on a precipitous road to a village near Kalpa. Susse and Lise gasped in turn with vertigo. Vikash laughed. No matter how close to the edge he had to go when a vehicle came toward us, and ...
... Department, today was his day off. He told us that the Karsog valley with its abundant streams and moderate climate, is perfect for agriculture. Karsog vegetables, fruits and grain are particularly known for their rich flavor, commanding higher prices in the wholesale markets. Their produce mostly goes ...