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... our local job centre but without the miserable faces. It did provide the welcome benefit of some old but comfortable settees, a phalanx of smiling clerks and very effective heating.
We took advantage of a battered settee and settled down to wait for more news. I contacted the long suffering Naz who sounded as if he was speaking from his bed but he promised to come up with an alternative plan. Quite what awaited us later, we had no idea!
The scene outside ...
... the café and perhaps at a stall outside to the clinic. There was also talk of a school, so we invite our teacher friends to join us! We look forward to our last full day exploring today with plans to enjoy a short hike and picnic in one of the town’s gardens. The adventures continue tomorrow! Can’t wait to get closer to the Himalayas… Leah will explain the plans.
Our plan is to wander the town of Shimla take in a few sights and then head ...
... off with bottles of alcohol! Whether this was true or not, we will never know - but it made a great story.
The baby monkeys were especially gorgeous, full of fun and mischief. While trying to photograph a family with a number of babies, the adult male began to make threatening hisses at me, baring his teeth and looking awfully ferocious. I didn't worry too much as he was a fair way from me but when he then began to violently rock his tree branch back and forth, ...
... the valley below splits the mountains and conjures prehistoric imagination.
We made it to Kullu (literally translated thanks to Rob뭩 Mum to 밡ear the end of the habitable world? which is only 40 odd k's south of Manali but on these roads that equates to about 2 hours, so we've grabbed a room with a balcony looking out over the Beas river and through the valley to both sides. Already a more Nepalese, even Tibetan presence is obvious. Asian ...
Walking along the ridge was sheer delight.
Suddenly the clouds lifted and the snow clad not so distant peaks were ...