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... decided we might as well just meet them at the hotel. Vikas left with a friend to fetch some tools, spare parts and a bike on which they could lead us through the crushing traffic to the Hotel White.
While we waited for him to return we strapped our bags onto the steel framed luggage racks that sit behind the pillion seat and on either side of the rear wheel. Mounted primarily at the rear shocks and passenger pegs they are also attached to both sides of the rear ...
... 3min walk up the hill from hotel. The lady at the counter ruined our scam-free day by not answering our question about when the Museum closed. She simply looked at us and said: "you pay 200 rupee", despite our sign language attempts etc to ask the question she made no effort to answer us. After paying and issuing us entrance tickets, she proclaimed, in perfect English: "the museum closes at 5pm", and it was 4h45. To say I had to count to 10 is an understatement. The ...
... C’est un endroit très populaire avec les touristes indiens. Etant à 2000m, il fait bon, surtout quand on compare avec la chaleur des plaines.
On est resté seulement un jour, à se balader autour des bâtiments à l’architecture britannique très différente du style colonial habituel. On a trouvé la nourriture occidentale qui nous manquait le premier jour, et on a opté pour un Tex-Mex, quelque chose qu’on n’avait ...
It has been a very long time since I last blogged, but I feel like I owe it to myself to complete my blog for my long adventure.
We arrived in Shimla after another long bus trip. The bus station was a couple miles on the outskirts of the city, so we needed to catch another local bus to get us closer to the centre. We were aiming to find the local YMCA. ...
... 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.