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... but naughty but naughty all the time. You just can’t help taking an interest in the mythology.
Finally, we met a chap on the last night for a cuppa and a chat. He went on to describe Zoe's character traits better than I could after just one meeting. He was a nice guy but my sceptical spider senses were tingling a plenty. Those of you who know how much I like magic will know that I like to be amazed by these things rather than understand how they are done. It was a neat ...
We arrived in Shimla pretty early in the morning about 6am to find the regional capital covered in cloud and rain, and bloody cold!
A short and expensive taxi ride later we were banging on hotel doors to wake them up, eventually one opened up and let us in. Very tired after the chilly night bus journey it was time for a nap. Accidentally, it was ...
... center - not far but a pain... Only 8 Rs each though.
* The breakdown didn't slow us too much so it was just over 9 hours from Dharmsala, and another hour waiting then riding that last little bit.
It was dark as we arrived in Shimla center but we still didn’t know where we were relative to Spar’s Lodge where we had made a reservation. Porter’s offered to carry our backpacks and walk with us ...
I was on an overnight bus to Shimla and woke up at sunrise to see amazing
misty views out over the mountains with a red sky behind. However, on
reaching Shimla, it decided to rain so I hopped off the bus and began an
arduous trek uphill to find an internet cafe to discover where the
girls were staying. I attracted the company of a porter who showed me
the way but clearly wanted to guide me towards a hotel that he would ...
... 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. ...