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... 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 ...
... there was an open platform where the emperor would have sex with any wife. The guide then took us to a place where they sold jewelry, crafting, and all. We thanked the guy and gave him 350 rupees. We then hit the road and drove back to Delhi while listening to "yapaque ya nibhaya". We made it by 8 pm and mr. Rajendra helped us set up the bill. We paid 12000 rupees in total. Good ...
... a final morning in Shimla before our Guinness Book of Records train ride for the afternoon. Walked to the train station to leave our big luggage in left luggage, again called a cloak room and pretty much self service; just a row of shelves with a few men all sat round watching us!! The Advanced Institute of Studies building is out of town on Summer Hill. It’s a bit like Hogwarts from Harry Potter, so we grab a taxi to take us there. The drive again is stunning, just ...
... along the busy bazaar road we heard a commotion coming from the roof above us. A huge male monkey, full of rage and anger was persistently chasing after a smaller one until the smaller one until it could run no further as it became trapped between to buildings. With hate and malice, the male continued to bite the smaller monkey until it began to bleed. No one did anything and people got scared and hid in their little shops. I felt very negative towards ...