Hotel Leela Regency
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... Sarah he's sorting out buying a nice brass Buddha. I want to get a small one and see one I like. Sue does my haggling and gets 200 rupees off. Good work Sue! Not sure how it'll all fit in my travel bag.
We head back to the hotel to get ready for the celebration meal. It turns out its pretty much the same as the other meals we've had -curry. We're all presented with limited edition Macmillan t shirts, and Ian hands out some ...
... we take another walk around part of The Mall, post our first batch of postcards (this is the first place we have seen any on sale) and find an up-market Indian restaurant catering for the tourist trade. Once again we are the only westerners, but as always the waiter speaks passable English (unlike our telephone helplines). We dine on masala dosa, cashew nut curry and yellow dal - a most acceptable meal. In a surreal twist, the wall decorations ...
... and everywhere I went myself or was directed to, told me no foreign tourists were allowed. In the end I gave up and traveled to a different area where my kind friends from Agra were staying who let me share their room. Apparently they ...
... which over looks valley obscured by cloud. Cool here after Delhi. Masala chai and off for food and sights. Now dark. The main Mall is above our hotel. Only a 10 minute walk but requires climbing ropes and a fully equiped team of Sherpas. G pathetically crying "Carry, carry" to a deaf audience. Downtown (uptown?) Shimla is lovely. Old British houses, no cars, big central square, not many people, no one trying to sell you things, lights ...