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... little to foster my sense of security.
Shimla lies at an average elevation of just over 2,200 m (~ 7,200’) and is a popular destination for Indian tourists looking to escape the heat of lowland cities such as Delhi, Lucknow and Chandigarh. Declared the summer capital of British India in 1864, it is also the full-time capital of Himachal Pradesh. Stretching almost 6 miles from east to west along a ridgeline made up of 7 distinct spurs, it is classed by the ...
... but it was tough luck for anyone who needed a pee after that! Still, again as is the Indian style, it was all good humoured and many lollies, biscuits and teas were handed around and shared by the carriage invaders. It was nice scenic trip, followed by a short bus ride to our abode at the nearby city of Chandigargh for the night, which seemed like
a nice place, then off on a flight down to the deep south of Kerala again to visit the ...
... too. From a monkeys point of view, I don't think you could have nailed your birth place any better should you be born in India, but most especially by this shrine. The monkeys here are fed offerings and people travel from all over India to pay their respects to Humanyan. The view from the top is stunning and the serenity and spirituality inside the shrine feels special and sacred. I felt intrusive as I watched offerings being made and prayers being said. But feel ...
... stop - the engine had overheated. we had to wait an hour and a half before they managed to connect the replacement engine to the train and get going again. No-one on the train was too bothered as we all piled out onto the tracks and messed around. The other westerners on the train and I posed for numerous photographs with the locals.
Finally arrived in Shimla at about 8.30pm in the midst of a massive downpour so I joined forces with others on ...