Hotel Baljees Regency
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... wirklich um alles!
Anschließend fahren wir zu einem Tempel. Dies ist mein erster indischer Tempel. Ich muss mir meine Hände waschen und die Schuhe ausziehen, bevor ich diesen betreten darf. Im Tempel werde ich von einem Priester gesegnet. Als Zeichen dafür, bekomme ich den typischen 'Punkt' auf die Stirne.
Auf dem Heimweg sagt Anoop die ganze Zeit zum Fahrer 'Ramse'. Was so viel heißen soll wie 'Vorsicht' bzw. 'langsam'. Am Straßenrand erblicke ...
... Started right outside our hotel at the giant red and white Old Railway Administration building. Just down the road from it was the grand mock-Gothic Gorton Castle, now the Offices of the Accountant General.
... historic bric a brac! The building again colonial is a white painted wooden facade and pretty garden. High hopes. We pay the obligatory 15 times more than the Indians in front and hand over or bags, because stealing a six foot stone Ganesh was a consideration, and head in. First room - power cut. Second room - three power cuts. Fourth room - didn't see because I had to feel my way out in he pitch black. You get the drift were asked to go upstairs where they have ...
... Despite the small fine we weren't game to do it :).
The town has also banned plastic bags. There are none around mind you it doesn't mean there is no rubbish lying around. Shimla is the cleanest town we've seen so far and the locals seem quite proud of this.
Our guide Raju (not his real name) was very helpful in obtaining a sim card for us to use. We had to go to two shops, one for the sim and ...
... his place on our way back!
The road wound prettily along the mountain side eventually reaching Kelodhar junction. By now we were hungry and went looking for a dhaba. A small godown was being filled with freshly harvested peas, ready to be loaded in sacks for the market. The men there told us ...