Quality Inn Himdev
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... and 100 tunnels
for 6 hours to the town of Kalka. Funny, we managed to upgrade our ticket to what was nominally 1st class, only to find half way through when we stopped at another town, everyone who boarded, and who had only unreserved tickets, jumped onto our carriage, throwing bags and cases into the toilet right to the ceiling and then cramming on til the carriage could take no more. Some classic Indian standup ...
... too. From a monkeys point of view, I don't think you could have nailed your birth place any better should you be born in India, but most especially by this shrine. The monkeys here are fed offerings and people travel from all over India to pay their respects to Humanyan. The view from the top is stunning and the serenity and spirituality inside the shrine feels special and sacred. I felt intrusive as I watched offerings being made and prayers being said. But feel ...
... India. It indeed is an impressive collection.
I returned to the hotel while Dave went to town exploring. We were leaving early in the morning so he wanted to make sure he knew where we need to go to find the train.
FRANCIE AND CLAUDIE ARE HERE!
When he returned, he found Francie and Claudie, the cute girls from the UK we met in Dharamsala, in our Lodge. They had taken the overnight bus and ...
... in reverse back from Manali. Permits are issued by the Office of the Additional District Magistrate but I was given the usual misinformation in trying to find this place, and when I did, I was told that applications had to be for a minimum of four people, and supported by a travel agency. I will try in Manali instead where maybe the rules are different!
In the afternoon I planned to hike to Summer Hill and Chadwick Falls (dry at this time of year but ...
... the massive traffic jam we encountered earlier on. Can’t believe we have encountered another one – just our luck, although I do manage to grab an hour’s sleep which was well in need after our bus journey!! This also seems to be closer to civilisation as guys are walking down the road selling nibbles and freshly cooked corn on the cob; – lesson learnt, never travel without a stock of food and water in India. It’s such a free for all again, ...