Honeymoon Inn Shimla
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... to ward off any inquisitive simians. Suitably warned and equipped we ascended the last set of steps to the temple itself between two lines of monkeys who looked on. At the top, the site was dominated by a huge (must have been over 100 feet tall) orangey-red statue of the monkey god Hanuman holding the club he uses to punish his enemies. The monkeys kept their distance from us but did ...
... all piled up around the outside and the windows falling apart. A real shame these old buildings do not have someone to care for them like the Theatre did.
There really isn't much else to say about Shimla. It was pleasant. A bit wet at this time of year and cold at night. First time we had needed a blanket at night in ages.
We are glad we went but it isn't somewhere either of us would rush back to.
... a half hour trip takes us through 103 tunnels and over countless viaducts, although we are pleased to arrive as the benches are not the latest in terms of comfort. Once in Shimla we haul our bags up the steep slope and a taxi whisks us to our hotel which is built on the steep hillside. We witness a terrific sunset then eat dinner in the hotel as we are too tired to explore tonight, especially as we are unsure if there is any street lighting, and the road inclines are very ...
... of Ghee(clarified butter) and they are rich and creamy! After lunch we headed to a rooftop bar cafe for some drinks. We had just payed and were about to leave when a Kingfisher beer and Masala Chai arrived at our table. We were a bit confused until we lookedacross the terrace and saw two young Indian chaps with massive grins across their faces said "please do come join us for a drink"! We spent the next three hours chatting to these guys, who wre cracking us up! The reason ...
... we realized they're tourists speaks volumes. Bear in mind this is the quiet season.
Found out we weren't quite so tough when hauling our backpacks up the hill, settled in at our Himalaya-View-Hotel, went to the insanest value-for-money restaurant in the, like, everspace (2,50 for having them slap you in the face with how good they can cook - if you're ever in the neighborhood...). Which means that we are finally ready to settle into a coma.