Toshali Royal View
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... our best to look suitably sophisticated.
It must be added that Shimla might be a welcome place to cool down in July but it is a bit drafty in January! To be fair, the days were a pleasant 21 degrees but as the appearance of a convector heater proved, the night time temperature dropped pretty swiftly and we certainly needed it, and some thick counterpanes on the bed to stay warm.
None of this, however, could spoil the charm and splendour of the town and ...
... in February 2001.
The Mall is cut off from traffic which was just as well for the ubiquitous comotose dogs that laid in the middle of the road. A local man who was fussing over them told us that he feeds a large number of dogs each day. They certainly looked well fed, but like the dogs we saw in Ladakh they were all looking drugged out of their minds - but happy I must say. One day we may find out the real story of the Shimla and Ladakh dog populations.
... a morning, we decided to carry on and try to reach Chandigarh.
I read that traffic of Delhi can take a lot of time to cross Gurgaon- Delhi and GPS was showing a road via Rewari and so here we were off from the GQ and entered the roads of Haryana. We soon discovered that we have probably made a mistake as the roads were under construction until we crossed Rewadi. From Rewadi road goes via Jhajjar, Rohtak to Panipat. On the hind sight, I feel, I did not save any time ...
... everywhere else it's just a single track!).
I had a window seat and spent the 5 hours enjoying the pine forested scenery and rolling mountains in the distance. Sitting next to 3 Italian girls who were dreading the rendezvous with their driver in Shimla due to his driving nature and not speaking a word of Italian or English!, we also talked about their 3 week holiday in both ...
... so ideal to ones dream destination, no one on site and a ton of
unexplored natural beauty. You can have egg, toast and their self
claimed famous (?) cutlets with a cup of tea thinking and thinking that
why this bloody cutlet is so famous?