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... from the rain, we actually really enjoyed it in the theatre. They were rehearsing a play whilst we were there so you could see it was a living breathing theatre again too which was nice.
The following day we did manage to find our tickets on the Himalayan Queen. The train which leaves Shimla (but you can read all about that on another entry) and we decided to follow the Heritage trail as a guidebook had suggested it was a ...
... obsessed with taking our photographs. She tells me that they are heading to Shimla for their honeymoon - she is 22 and was married last week. When the train stops at the next station the occupants of the seats we are now sitting on, a family of five, get on board so we all shuffle back to our original seats. The following station they get off again, so all change! The toy train steadily winds its way up into the hillside and the vistas get more and more stunning. The ...
... goods. We asked him what they took and he said: "its bloody ******** they have taken all my dry foods and nuts, but i got my whiskey!!' (Big grin) The first 20 minutes on the plane he was walking up and down the aisle claiming back all the bottles which had been hustled onto the plane! After these experiences we knew there would be some serious 'wheeling and dealing' over the next couple of weeks in India!!! ***** Our first scam Ok soi will admit we were pretty deocile in terms ...
... of shops, a quaint little temple and a school on either side. Apple orchards dotted the slopes, with the scenic Karsog valley below and a grand view of the snow capped Great Himalaya ranges in the distance. A local lady in one of the shops looked at us gawking tourists with curiosity. I told her we were from far away Mumbai and she ...
We could not resist the temptation to make our own little snow man from
a left over patch of snow.