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... was simply no end to the conveyor belt of food.
We were, by this time, beginning to feel stuffed, especially as we had eaten a full breakfast at our hotel. We polished off as much as we could manage having been highly impressed at the quality of service and staggered at the volume of food and cups of tea.
The ride north from Delhi revealed the fast changing face of India. Farms and poverty stricken villages sat cheek by jowl with retail parks, factories ...
... for morning coffee at former residence of Lord Kitchener, Wildflower Hall. Beautiful location with nature reserve and water catchment for Shimla. Told there were Brown and Black Bear, Leopard, Panther and a rare deer. We saw two Yak tied up by side of road but nothing wild except countless monkeys. Would have been great to have ...
... A staff of 800, including 40 gardeners were employed here at any one time. The surrounding lawns, gardens and terraces formed part of a 331 acre estate which was later extended.
Mainly used for the entertainment of the Viceroys, the Lodge also witnessed many events of historical importance. In the struggle for Indian Independence and the negotiations which led to Partition, crucial meetings took place here. And indeed in 1947 the documents for Indian Partition ...
... the hot springs along the River Satluj [Sutlej]. As you approach Tattapani, you will come across people exhorting you to engage in river rafting.
Tattapani literally means hot water. The water in the many pools along the grey sand riverbank, is really HOT, with a strong smell of sulphur in the air. It is supposed to be very therapeutic ...
... descended via Sadhupul to Kandaghat, and then to Kasauli for the night.