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... British, with a little help from the local population, as the road up must have taken forever on a horse and cart. It took us four hours with a number of horses under the bonnet! However, getting to the station was feat. The snow has blocked us in and with limited time to get to the station things were getting a little fraught. The service is a scheduled one and not just for tourist so at 10:30 the train is gone. We arrive at 10:47, but the train is still there. ...
... 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.
... and butterfly's and say how nice it is. Until we reach the actual garden. Which is dominated by an ugly metal statue of 'woman in a sari dancing - freedom' or something-else similar and a gardener more interested in filling his sagging pouches with red chewing tobacco than tending to the dried up weeds. Call me a cynic but this is an anti-climax for me. A final meal at the circular restaurant we decide to leave on a bus and move up the mountains to Manali. 8 days is a bit ...
... outside and there were loads of monkeys about the place up to mischief but not too aggressive. I had a monkey stick just in case. Later on an exploration of the bazaar was interesting as always for the variety of stalls and people. Chatting to an English guy we watched a monkey break into a house through a 2nd floor window. A minute later it was chased out by a grumpy looking woman who bolted the window shut. Next morning I left on the long bus journey to Manali.
... gave way to coniferous forest peppered now and then with brilliant scarlet rhododendron. We were soon at HPTDC’s Hotel Mamleshwar in Chindi. There was just one other car parked in the drive way so obviously it was not the “season” here either.
We took a short walk to Chindi village (1950m) which is on a ridge with a ...