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... our carriage and onto out seats (not to mention the ENDLESS staring!) Our next worry was booking accommodation in Delhi. Our train was due to arrive at a small station 12kms away from Delhi. With no internet we had to use our lonely planet guide to find a number of a hostel/ hotel. Annoyingly, the LPG only had the numbers of rather expensive hotels listed for Delhi and none of the budget hostels we were used to. We settled for the cheapest of ...
... Unfortunately it was very foggy/polluted and we couldn't see very far.
We arrived at this most lovely hotel, the Oberoi Cecil in Shimla. It seems Oberi has quite a few first class hotels world wide ( about 32) and this was his first.. It is fabulous. It has only one light switch beside each room ( one for the bathroom, one by the beds....) as last nights room and also at the Taragarh Palace had 4 or ...
... 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 ...
... what felt like hours in their tiny kitchen, simultaneously
answering a hundred nosy questions of what we were doing. We were
pleased with the result of our cooking. Just as we had put the food
on the table the mother rushed of to whip up rice and chapati,
staples of the Indian diet which she couldn't imagine going a day
without. Everybody seemed to enjoy the meal...
... the hot springs along the River Satluj [Sutlej]. As you approach Tattapani, you will come across people exhorting you to engage in river rafting.
Tattapani literally means hot water. The water in the many pools along the grey sand riverbank, is really HOT, with a strong smell of sulphur in the air. It is supposed to be very therapeutic ...