Quality Inn Himdev
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... to see the town.
Well to say we were shocked was an understatement.
Practically all the buildings listed were either derelict or in huge disrepair. The church was now a tiny library with about a gazillion books in it so it was very claustrophobic. The only 2 which seemed ok were the Post Office and the reddish old Railway building. Gorton Castle now used by the Chief Accountant for Himachal Pradesh, was a disgrace. ...
... a half hour trip takes us through 103 tunnels and over countless viaducts, although we are pleased to arrive as the benches are not the latest in terms of comfort. Once in Shimla we haul our bags up the steep slope and a taxi whisks us to our hotel which is built on the steep hillside. We witness a terrific sunset then eat dinner in the hotel as we are too tired to explore tonight, especially as we are unsure if there is any street lighting, and the road inclines are very ...
... for our first dayin India. We had akready booked two trains that would take us from Delhi to Shimla, but we had no idea where we left from, our train time, or our train number. Plus, we hadn't evenprinted our tockets out so we were quite screwed. But we did think it would be chilled like Thailand where you could show yourbpassport and get a reprint of your ticket from the office.. But no... Anyway, what we did know was that our train was called something like ...
... Indians to watch the landscape change constantly.
5 hours onwards and we've finally arrived at our destination, the former British summer capital Shimla, only to find we'd once again been beaten to the punch by the entire Delhi population.
The amount of tourists here is ridiculous, the streets are swamped with them. They don't stand out too much though because they're all Indian (about 8 foreigners total counted today). But the ...
... it offers substitute care to these young children’s older siblings, who, especially girls, would not be able to attend school if they had to be home watching the younger children. Yet, here as well as in the other primary school we saw a few days ago, and the one that I’ll tell you about next, I’m struck with the quiet sitting of the children. No stirring, all smiling, no puppy dog ...