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... Train we would be met by a cab driver who would drive us up to Shimla. Incidentally one of my regular gripes in the UK is the unreliability of the mobile phone network. Whilst working in a job, which seems so long ago now, I would struggle to find a signal in such distant and remote places as Heathrow Airport or central Birmingham. Can someone explain how we have had great reception almost everywhere in Rajasthan and even in the formidable mountains? ...oops, white man ...
... trees the one lane road eventually led up to the Jakhu Temple peak with breathtaking views of the township of Shimla and in the far distance the snow capped ranges of the Himalayas.
Jakhu Temple is dedicated to the Hindu monkey god Hanuman and is a place of worship for throngs of Hindu devotees. It is also a place for hundreds of monkeys to reside. We had to leave our shoes in a small building before we entered the temple. Again, Alan's temper was a tad frayed as ...
... Train" died and we were strained for 4 hours before the rescue came.
The next morning, we visited the Jakhu Temple. The area surrounding the temple was adorned with beautiful pine trees and flowers. However, it was frightening to walk up and down the steps leading to the temple because of the monkeys that roaming around that area.
We spent the afternoon sightseeing ...
... As for the monkeys... yea they're crazy! On the way up I saw this lady running down the hill yelling and screaming... a monkey was after her trying to pinch her thongs... and he succeeded - right off her feet! It was the funniest thing i've seen in five to ten, then he just sat there on the step hugging them, as if to say... "whatcha gonna do?" That was my cue to 'de-thong' and get the wrist strap on the camera nice and tight. I also had a couple ...
Baggi is another of many prosperous little orchard towns with its fair share of dhabas lining the main road.
Beyond Baggi, we got stuck in a road block - caused by a huge flock of woolly goats.