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... br> On finding our reserved seats we were pleasantly surprised to find a copy of the “Times of India” lying ready to read. In the next 10 minutes we also received the Indian Express and 2 other newspapers all free of charge.
No sooner had the train left Delhi when a young attendant turned up with some fruit juices. Feeling pleasantly pampered we set about reading our pile of newspapers. Just as we finished our fruit juices and before I could catch up on ...
... to the shoe building, we noticed the window was slightly ajar. On the shoe rack below we noticed that there was just one woman's shoe remaining. As we watched, the parents of a baby monkey encouraged the little one to squeeze through the window opening and steal more shoes, and whatever else it could find. We saw several monkeys with expensive looking cameras in their mouths. I'm sure I saw them grinning.
One local tourist explained that on arrival to the temple, ...
... and after partition it continued to be the summer capital of the Indian Punjab for another ten years. Along the shops of the Mall Road, no beggars, and no touts. Two nice locals who politely asked if they could show us anything, which anywhere else in India would have been the opening line for "I can show you a store . . ." No, they were just being friendly.
In hindsight, the fourth of our four high spots of the trip. Even if we were crazy not to turn back at ...
... backward train journey to Delhi, all this
covered in just 32 hours starting from mid-night of 5th March 2011 till
early morning of 7th March 2011.
Kalka Delhi Mail got late by 4 hour that day and I had further