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Once safely across began the negotiation of New Delhi station to platform 2, the furthest away I hasten to add, for the Shabdti Express to Chandigarh. The steps and various concourses with the rain made a surface that Torvill and Dean would have found challenging but once there we settled into carriage 6 First Class, for the 3.5 hour journey to our staging point of Chandigarh. The train was comfortable but shabby with a food ...
... parts of the roads and holes , and yes the cows.
but daamn this is really a shaky ride its much worse than i imagined. they also call it the puking bus ride ahaha. i know why now bus the whole of the side outside the bus is dirty of tja...
we are with a group of 6 and 3 of them became sick (not me :)).
later we move on to the toy train that is something nice , it is in the guide of best most done ever train rides beside the ...
... was fully booked and we had to leave. Too ill to be furious we moved hotels to Woodland Hotel they were so nice and made me special tea to make me feel better and got room service arranged when I needed it. I then lay in that bed for 5 days watch Independence Day and baby's Day Out over and over! Meanwhile boggy got attacked by a monkey at the Hanuman temple, ill let you read his blog. And the temperature had gone up which was good. I finally left the room and got ...
It was time to hit the road for Chindi, our next night halt. Getting out of cluttered Shimla and Sanjhauli took a little while. After that the drive was smooth, passing Mashobra, the Naldehra golf course – nothing particularly exciting about it – then descending all the way to ...
A temple perched on a mountain top was also visible along with a fleeting glimpse of snow clad peaks in ...