Hotel Leela Regency
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... else in India. It's a hill station resort town mainly for middle & upper class Indians. The Ridge area & Mall Rd are not open to traffic, they are non-smoking areas, don't use plastic bags at all & the town is very clean & tidy. No-one hassled us the whole time we were there, even in the bazaar area, in fact they were all very friendly. It's an amazing town to see, just built on the side of the ...
... So even though the day turned out to be a bit of a nightmare, we were blessed enough to cross paths with these amazing people. We exchanged details with our 'Indian family', Prafulla & Joyti, Uzzal & Momi, and Sanjay & Sunpathi, and we could not be more grateful for the help and the kindness that they showed us. Even though they spoke very little English! They still like to check in every now and then to make sure we are still ...
... solid internet connections that we have had in 4 days or so, so I started getting on line to see if I could get some of my back logged days completed.
The room is lovely and we have a very small patio deck. We opened the windows ( doors) as we are at a higher altitude and the air is cooler. Such a nice contrast to the humid heat and closed rooms that we have had with an air-conditioner running. I ...
... center - not far but a pain... Only 8 Rs each though.
* The breakdown didn't slow us too much so it was just over 9 hours from Dharmsala, and another hour waiting then riding that last little bit.
It was dark as we arrived in Shimla center but we still didn’t know where we were relative to Spar’s Lodge where we had made a reservation. Porter’s offered to carry our backpacks and walk with us ...
... difficult. When we arrived in Shimla we were invited for
breakfast at his mothers place. There we were welcomed heartily fed
thoroughly. Here we learned to drink a mango. Simply bite one end
off, squeeze and suck out the deliciousness. Since then we can't live
without our daily dose.
As at this time of year, the city of
Shimla is packed with Indian ...