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... the outside and it looked intriguing. While I did this staring business my friend nicely enjoyed her roadside corn and softie cone ice cream in the cold weather. Lakkar bazaar had stuff made of wood like show pieces and jewellery boxes carved out gracefully. It ended soon and was a small market.When I looked below from the edge of the hill here,I saw almost the whole of Shimla and it's city lights looking like a constellation in a dark sky.Behind the Christ Church I noticed a golden ...
... as that was burnt down 30 years ago but it has been very well restored and is now a top class Oberoi Hotel. We had hoped to visit for afternoon tea but our driver either doesn't understand or doesn't want to understand. We are dropped off at the door like royalty and invited in under the illusion that we are going to take lunch as it's only two o'clock and tea will not be served until 3.30pm. One look at the prices on the menu soon puts paid to that, but not before we've had a ...
... Indian and British circa 1950s. The town hall looks like an old fashioned stone school house, people spend their afternoons strolling along The Mall to Scandal Point and you can have a tour round the Gaiety Theatre, which was closed as its players were actually rehearsing. Shimla probably had the most other foreign tourists of any place we've been up til now. We soon made friends with two Australians ...
... an offering to the monkey-god Hanuman for good luck (of which we'd be needing plenty). Reunited in the afternoon after a few hours of back and forth between paper sellers, typists, police stations at the other end of the city and countless photocopy stand, we bought tickets to, fittingly, the Rise of Planet of the Apes, as a gesture of thanks to Hanuman for having eased the morning's proceedings. Ten forced intermissions later (just about at every ...
... 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 ...