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... of lorries on the road too. probably 10 lorries to every car. Apparently there is a huge cement factory near Shimla - no wonder we were covered in dust!
Anyway there isn't really much else to tell you about the trip except how beautiful it was and to let you enjoy the photographs.
Please excuse the quality of some of them - they were all mostly taken from a moving car - the trip would have taken a week if we had stopped for every Kodak moment!
... 15 deigrees and in here it is 5 brrr and snowing a lot. lucky dutchies. no kidding.
but just if you dinth expect to be that cold and you just have,nt bring warm clothes than it is not so warm. in here there is no heather in the hotel and also not so much hot shower.
that night i sleept witch 3 layers of clothes on.where are my cats to warm up , if ussuall they sleep with me its always warm. aah i miss them , and not onley for there warmt.
... the knee. This is more what I'm looking for. Boggys off looking at old money and paintings of war. Eventually our megatron tourist day is done and 7k down I feel a little drained. Little did I know I had a lodger in my gut that didn't want out. Thankfully we're in the 'deluxe' room web I fall so horrendously ill I hallucinate that I can't have water unless I solve the unknown water equation of earth. I lay in bed for two days then they kicked us out of the hotel! Said ...
... so was much cooler and was busy with mostly Indian tourists. Some of the architecture was half-timbered in the old English style. Ended up at the YMCA where it wasn't fun to stay as nearby was the cinema and we had to put up with Bollywood explosions til 1 a.m. The first evening there the mists soon rolled in and a downpour followed so a quick decision was made for dinner. Next day I walked up the nearby hill to a temple which had a massive ...
Forests, ferns and wildflowers abound, with their attendant butterflies, birds and bees