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... the change in our luck on this front especially as when our taxi driver came to a stop it was outside a rather scruffy derelict building and our automatic assumption was that the den of iniquity would undoubtedly be our abode. But no, to the right was the most exquisite colonial building set in beautifully kept gardens and the manager swiftly came over to warmly welcome us with a 'boy' in tow to relieve us of our luggage. Our ...
... of my life. Shimla turned out to be the most un-Indian city I had visited so far: After coming from the Nepali jungle and the heat of Haridwar, it was actually quite cold in Shimla at an altitude of around two and a half thousand meters. Due to the former colonial rule parts of the city actually look like you are in any Western city in Europe. And probably the biggest difference of all is, that there are ...
... to Shimla, I had seen that the fuel needle has come really down. Although I thought to refill the petrol, I didn't find any pump operating yesterday night. And when we refilled the petrol, I found I had just 2-3 ltrs of petrol in the car. That was really a close shave. What if we had ran out of petrol on the mountain roads on Shimla? Anyways, petrol filling was done and we went to Helipad. I don’t ...
... and now in the north.
Stopping half way for soup and samosa it was good to stretch the legs and breathe the clear mountain air - it felt good on the lungs.
Shilma twinkled in the distance as by this time it was dark but i could tell the views were going to be impressive by morning...I got a room at Hotel City View with a balcony so i hope i can see first hand the beauty of nature! ...
... Once you in there you’ll feel like a king with a little kingdom
to possess. I rested my back on comfy chairs and played Kishore Kumar’s
song “Aisa kabhi hua nahi…” to perfectly accompany my mood. In a few