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If there is one place that can really make your heart stop ( not in the literal way) are the hills of Kasauli. Quiet, serene, scenic and breath taking. The moment I entered the hills leaving Dharampur , I could not believe my self, how can such a place exist and I had not been there and was still going to Mussories and Simlas (not that there is …
... time for dinner and arrive at a reasonable time the next morning. Unfortunately we were told we couldn't even though buses continued until 11pm and we had to get on the one leaving in 10 minutes. I grabbed a samosa and boarded though I needn't have bothered as after less than an hour the bus stopped for a 45 minute dinner break! It was a bumpy ride and having left so early we arrived in Dharamsala at 4am. Luckily the cafe had just opened so we sat with a chai and ...
Shimla's where the British rulers of India used to move when the Northern plains got unbearably hot during the crazy summer heat. It's full of old colonial buildings. Based, more than 2000 meters above sea level it's nice temperature and the snowy Himalayan ranges can be seen poking their heads above the horizon line. I meet a British guy whilst walking up to the steps towards a temple devoted to the monkey god Hanaman. He now lives ...
... off to join the British army having been well trained in the army life he had experienced at this school.
Today we visited the school to fill in the gaps of Dad's stories. The school is situated on a hilltop and like Indian towns in the hills, rambles along many ridges causing one to have to climb up or down to classrooms. dorms, canteens etc. It is certainly for the fit, so Mark & I looked decidely out ...
... of the trains - several in the early morning between about 4am and 6am with a final train at some minutes past 12pm - but it didn't matter anyway as they were all booked solid for the next few days. So I'll have to take a run-of-the-mill bus from Chandigarh to Shimla instead, and seeing as I was at the bus terminal anyway, I asked around about booking a ticket. No joy however - I had to go to the other bus terminal way out in Sector 43 ...
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