Hotel Baljees Regency
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... further down one fairly large specimen tried to grab Anna’s camera bag which she countered by backing away with a very English and not too panicky ‘No!’
Back down in Shimla we took in the magnificent views from The Ridge and I took advantage of the lingering British influence by having sausage, egg and chips for lunch! After this we went shopping in the ...
... time things were looking up, something or someone would come along and put us down, however this was most likely due to a lack of sleep and hormones ha! We had decided to go to the railway ticket office in the morning to see if we could bypass going to Delhi as originally planned and get a train to Jaipur. Cara had done her research and it was possible to get a bus and a train connection. Sadly we ran into the dismissive railway ticket officer ...
... its patron Goddess Shamla Devi, a manifestation of Kali. The British used it as the summer capitol of India due to it's cool climate ( 7,200 feet) and were here from March through October and then moved the capitol to Deli for the rest of the year. Rudyard Kipling's novel Kim took place here.
It is a city built into the hillside and has a very British feel to it even today. We drove up to the Vice Regal Lodge and were there when it ...
... invited to go and stay with their families, go on a skiing holiday with them in January, and us inviting them to Durban, we had to leave to get a bus which we almost missed, getting there just 2 mintues before it left! Stressss! The bus overnight from Shimla to Manali..... OMG. This was possibly the worst night of our travels. We boarded our 'super deluxe' bus (not so much) and began our windy journey down and through the mountains. We were thrown side to side all night as the ...
... do drogi autobusu. Widoki doslownie zapieraly dech w piersiach - dobrze ze chmury czesciowo zaslanialy kilkusetmetrowe przepascie ;)
Simla przesiaknieta jest klimatem angielskiej "malomiasteczkowosci", roi sie tu od podupadlych posiadlosci post-kolonialnych, kosciolow, a do tego dochodza ratusz, teatry, poczta, rezydencja wicekrolewska, szkoly...Wszystko to, na czele z glownym deptakiem zwanym The Mall wyglada jak zywcem przeniesione z Oxfordu czy Stratfordu. ...