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- Indoor pool
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... and partition talks took place. It was just like sitting in an English garden.
There is a Bollywood movie being filmed in the town as we speak. It is a big affair for the town with crowds gathering around. One thing about it is the lighting kits are providing a warm glow in the town with the clouds streaming through them. For most of the day we have been above the clouds and the sky has been blue.
We are in the foothills of the Himalayas. The train that brought ...
... opened the refrigerator, and also took a dress of his daughters, then proceeded to pull off the buttons and rip the dress apart.
All this was going through my mind as I knocked on Felisa’s door ( next door ) and the one after it for Paul and Cynthia. By the time I knocked on Paul and Cynthia’s door, Felisa opened up hers and I went running in. After I shared my story with her, ...
... Chandigarh, we will take another bus back into the hills, east, on our way to to the famed Rishikesh. We expect to take in Rishikesh before going south to Pushkar by November 15 for the Camel Fair which begins on November 18. Now, it's time to go to Shimla!
LOADED ONTO THE WRONG BUS
A night bus goes directly from McLeod to Shimla but we want to travel by daylight. We reserved seat on the ...
... what felt like hours in their tiny kitchen, simultaneously
answering a hundred nosy questions of what we were doing. We were
pleased with the result of our cooking. Just as we had put the food
on the table the mother rushed of to whip up rice and chapati,
staples of the Indian diet which she couldn't imagine going a day
without. Everybody seemed to enjoy the meal...
... and Kamaljit from Delhi. Kamaljit was a plump turbanned Sikh doctor, originally from Amritsar, and the very beautuful Bader, from a Moslem background in Saharanpur, worked to help disadvantaged people.
After an evening stroll, we all sat together in the gallery, Kamaljit shozing us film of himself paragliding at Birm one of his hobbies, and the other keen interest, bird photography. In Dharamsala his driver had been mauled by a bear but luckily survived. ...