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Travel Blogs from Parwanoo
... down the toilet with an illness. I was not confident I would make it, but I was sure as hell going to try. Our hotel owner and friend gave us a lift across the bridge in Rishikesh to the taxi stand on their scooters. The rain began to pour down as we crossed the bridge and the monsoon saw us out of Rishikesh in the same way that it welcomed us in. We took a taxi to the train station in Haridwar and waited patiently for the train. Leah taking the lead and navigating me ...
... a chicken burger and fries! During lunch the day's monsoon rain begins, and we load the cars one by one under the restaurant's canopy. We reach Shimla at about 5:15, just as the skies are clearing the hill station is bathed in the beautiful long rays of sunshine during the "golden hour" at the end of the day. Before even going to the hotel we exit our vehicles at one end of the colonial section, and walk for about one hour through the town to ...
... We walked around to the side where you can enter from. I couldn't even describe the inside. There were flowers and plants that lined the inside and people sitting on the ground with drums and music and everyone singing and praying. At the part that goes from side to side, there is a walkway where on one side there are various gods, the other are all the people sitting. As you leave, you get water poured into you hand and I rubbed my hands with it, then the guy told me I did ...
We woke up early and had breakfast at the guesthouse. The servants called for a taxi that took us to the train station. The New Delhi train station was about shocking since there were so many people and lines. A guy at the entrance passed by a station employee and was telling us to go get a proper boarding pass or else pay 3000 rupees fine. We got in the train no problem. It was a nice first class train with decent people and chai tea, coffee ...
... Everyone seems very friendly and genuine here in this laid back little England – it’s really quite cute! Every 10 minutes or so of our journey there are guards along the track with what look like old hand held oil lamps, a tool bag and a numbered pole – they whistle as you go past to tell you the track in front is safe and checked – I find all this out chatting to people on the stations ha ha.
Sunset was just stunning. As the sun goes down ...