Moon International Hotel
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... On arrival an elderly and immaculately dressed old chap clad in army combats and sporting a neatly trimmed moustache, clicked his heels and saluted our arrival. He did this every time I ventured out of the hotel. I simply could not resist the temptation to play up to this ridiculous but charming situation and passed devilishly witty comments such as “Stand at ease corporal” or “open fire”. He remained entirely inscrutable throughout our stay.
... all the open space at "peak morning time" I can confirm that figure. I think the sewage infrastructure needed in India makes our Super Sewer look like minor plumbing! We left Delhi on the Shabati express to Kalka were we boarded a special Toy Train with heritage carriages. The man organising all food and refreshment seemed to think I was the tour guide and kept asking my permission to serve or ...
... Viceregal Lodge looks like a cross between Harry Potter's Hogwarts School and the Tower of London..." and "it costs 20 Rupees if you just want to look around the gardens". Disappointingly, the Guide gives no information about the historical significance nor much information at all about this grand old building.
Our afternoon was free to roam the Shimla Mall and yet another opportunity for the incorrigible Alan to once again try to ferret out some tonic water.
... above this flies the Indian Flag - a true showing of our connected past.
The grand rooms decorated in Teak and Walnut gives a very colonial feel and ambiance, pictures still cover the walls of previous Lords, Lady's and Viceroys as well as the odd picture of Gandhi. The gardens have seen better days but have an air of stately grandeur to them.
Included in the entry fee (50R's) is a 30 minute tour of selected ...
... 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 ...