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... their wedding day and therefore in Shimla vacation made. I knew nothing from all that. When I give it the hand, she does not close her hand. Also both hesitate, when I would like to embrace them. The woman apparent may not have so much in India “direct contact” with another man. Also as we were together photographed, exchanged them with their man burst each time, if them stood beside me. Again somewhat to it learned.
Heavily me the parting ...
... as well nestling in another valley but between them both is much development. Shimla is like most hill towns, connected by pedestrian malls which wind their way back and forth along nearly a 12km ridge. Many of the old buildings from the days of the Brits are still in use, some way past their used-by date and others just left derelict. The malls are long stretches of small shops, restaurants and the like, and the place ...
... with these birds. The only hope we have they're not all going to die in a huge scrap, probably with bets and Kingfisher, is a chicken wire fence at the back with some baby grouse chicks in. Real cute. After following the arrows were out of there still contemplating the bald peacocks future and on to the state museum. This is up the steepest hill known to man and with nothing but hot milk (Indian coffee) and 2 butter toast inside me I'm struggling to see the appeal of ...
... go from ankle deep water into potholes knee deep. Visited a "bird hospital" that was mentioned in my guidebook but it could be the worst conditions I've ever seen animals in. Most of the birds were permanent residents and confined in bare cages a cubic foot in size - appalling. Larger cages housed several peacocks at least one of which was clearly dead. The "vet" insisted I walk into his basic surgery then blocked the doorway and suggested in ...