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... hungrige Affen um uns herum, die einigen Leuten Essen vom Teller stehlen.
In einer kurzen Pause gibt es zur Stärkung wieder einmal Chai und frittiertes Gemüse mit einer 'spicy Sauce'. Das Pärchen ist so nett und zuvorkommend, dass sie mich die ganze Zeit auf alles einladen wollen. Noch dazu hat Anoop sich um meine Weiterreise gekümmert. Um 6:30 werde ich vom Hotel abgeholt und um 7:15 geht der Bus nach Amritsar.
Am Abend gibt es local food. Dieses ...
... post office) before reaching the town centre at Scandal Point (top of the ridge).
... cool old clothing and jewellery from tribal and rural state people. I love the jewels it's all tarnished silver with over the top precious stones and coins and patterns. Huge bracelets and ankle cuffs and plated earrings and necklaces with badly carved tiger faces. Like grunge tacky chic but educational. The clothing is so intricately appliqué'd you'd think it was done by machine not by hand 200 years ago. Thick woollen knitted socks and leather bound shoe boots that ...
... to visit the temple and we saw many youths trekking up the mountain wearing no shoes! You have to remove them at the temple so they just choose not to wear them at all.
The following two days we both suffered with very tired calve muscles... we almost felt 60, no 70.
Our guide Raju was telling us about this 12 day trek they do which goes to an elevation of 4,600 and how luxurious the camping can be... maybe not for us.
... to the east of the guest house. Having been founded by the British Raj, it has a number of English-looking mansions and public buildings including the Town Hall. It also has a very English church which I had a look inside. Possibly because of Shimla's British roots, the people seem rather Westernised and middle-class - occasionally they will talk in English rather than Hindi amongst themselves; I've passed a few taking their dogs for ...