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Travel Blogs from Shimla
... the display we managed to get through was simple and uninforming and not worthwhile for the 100 rupee entrance fee. It was however, nice to see some visual images of the Hindu Gods that we are slowly getting to know. We left the museum in the pouring rain and ran back to our hotel, arriving as drowned, starving rats we indulged in some lemon tea and a Paneer (Indian cheese almost with the consistency of ricotta) makhani (a tomato based sauce with a touch of cream) curry. ...
... our taxi driver proclaimed a tourist entry fee of 250 rupees was necessary to enter the state as a tourist. On our toes... Finally...we managed to ask enough questions by playing dumb. Ie, so sorry, we had no idea about this charge, where is it paid? The insistent taxi driver said he would pay It at the government office, so we just said, okay, we' ll come with you to see that offices, etc etc... Until the poor guy just drove on sheepishly. We still don't know if this ...
... the knee. This is more what I'm looking for. Boggys off looking at old money and paintings of war. Eventually our megatron tourist day is done and 7k down I feel a little drained. Little did I know I had a lodger in my gut that didn't want out. Thankfully we're in the 'deluxe' room web I fall so horrendously ill I hallucinate that I can't have water unless I solve the unknown water equation of earth. I lay in bed for two days then they kicked us out of the hotel! Said ...
... the packs off the roof and walk back to the station and wait for the bus that matched our tickets.
* Our proper 8:22 bus was as bad as they come, but typical, with small bench seats and we kept sliding off on all those curves between here and there...... The tree covered mountain scenery was great but we were getting blasť about clean air and green forests after two weeks in McLeod.
* A half hour ...
... the church which had plaques devoted to British generals and
their wives who were often headmistresses of the schools there.
Bizarrely, we had to take our shoes off (Indians do it for anything
holy) and once inside had yet more photos taken of us. Our next step was
to head up the nearby hill to see what else there was. It turned out
there was a temple right at the top, a nasty walk up but we went for it.
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