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... we'd found, we walked around the steep town in a lovely setting, teeming with local tourists all shopping along the main couple of roads turned into pedestrian only 'malls' and markets.
Some lovely old colonial buildings, good food, and a bit of a party atmosphere made it a good spot to wander for a day before catching the next day what is known as the 'toy train', a small narrow gauge train that travels down the hills through ...
... Christ Church is positioned in the main town square ("scandal square") on Ridge Road, whose walls are lined with plaques on remembrance of passed away loved ones. Gandhi was also a frequently holidayed in this town.
We started the day at an old colonial coffee shop on the outskirts of the main town. We had dosa masala, which was like 2 very thin pancakes filled with onion and potato and a dhal (lentil) dipping sauce, and a little bit of chilli. This was delicious ...
... and a sweet sauce. The yogurt and sweet sauce tamed the spicy dal well. The colorful locals and chaos of narrow lanes were the real treat. After another stop enjoying the view from a coffee shop, we took three elevators up to the top of the ridge past working women hauling bricks and mortar at a construction site. Then we strolled past the old church and back to mall road before returning back to Spar’s for a nice smoked ...
We quickly hurried on to our room. They had, indeed, got into ours as well. The only edibles we had were a couple small peaches and a tomato. They ate our fruit on our bed, too, and tipped over the garbage bin, but in comparison to the other room ours had not suffered much damage. With a new set of sheets, a sweep, and a quick clean of the garbage we were set. The thing that really annoyed me, however, was that they ate the tomato right ...
... of design, the rooms were large and comfortable with a heater and extra quilts thoughtfully thrown in. The staff, ably led by Rajinderji the Manager, were warm, welcoming and served us a hearty home style dinner. We also partook of a bottle of local Himachal fruit wine, tasting ...