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... and 100 tunnels
for 6 hours to the town of Kalka. Funny, we managed to upgrade our ticket to what was nominally 1st class, only to find half way through when we stopped at another town, everyone who boarded, and who had only unreserved tickets, jumped onto our carriage, throwing bags and cases into the toilet right to the ceiling and then cramming on til the carriage could take no more. Some classic Indian standup ...
... place is GREAT should you ever get to visit Shimla.
On the hill-a good 2km walk UPWARDS from the town's square is a Hindi shrine dedicated to Humlayan, the monkey god. The path is lined with hungry monkeys, and its recommended that one walks up the hill with a stick should the monkey try and approach you to steal something out your hand. It is recommended that you take any photos quick quick and put your camera away as soon as possible, monkeys like to ...
... for me and succulent mutton for Dave.
10/31 - MUSEUM DAY
Himachal State Museum & Library, 2.5km west of Scandal Point is just a few hundred meters, and a stiff walk, up from Spar’s Lodge. We went in to see the impressive collection of miniature paintings from Kangra and Rajasthan. We found they also have ancient sculptures, Chamba embroidery, coins and jewelry, temple carvings, from ...
... t mentioned about Shimla is that there are a lot of wild
monkeys around...wild, but very used to humans. Foolish tourists have
fed the monkeys up the hill towards the temple so the blasted animals
have worked out that anything in a person's hand could be food and they
often grab bags etc. As we got further up, the monkeys were lying in
wait and one of them eyed up the bag in which I had my brand new
flipflops. We ...
... 3 nearby; they are seriously scummy – mouldy walls, dirty linen, manky threadbare carpets or concrete floors with stains on them, yellowing walls and so it goes on. Oh and the best bit, not only is hot water a luxury, running water does not necessarily mean a shower.The other 3 had no running water only a bucket to fill up to wash with!!! I wouldn’t mind but they are just under £10 a night as well!!! Anyway we go back to the first one with our tail between ...