Suryavilas Luxury Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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- Free parking
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The Toy Train
Built by the British in 1903 to help in the escape from the extreme heat to the summer capital, Shimla. This narrow gauge train runs 97km, winding up (or in our case,down) from the parched plains and into the rolling, lush green ...
... to go look at Nek Chand's Fantasy Rock Garden, sounds pretty rubbish, but is actually quite cool. I'll let you look it up rather than explain it...
Have been befriended by some crazy old dude called Narinder Singh who spends his life showing tourists around and helping them not get ripped off (I'm about 85% sure he's genuine)...
... a beautiful pleasure to meet a few very nice and interesting people there.
One of them was Piotr from...yes..from Poland:) Piotr works for Nyatri Bon Foundation that help monks to take care of orphanage children (or refugees). He came here for 3 weeks and most of his time he spent with kids/teenagers trying to share with them some knowledge about Europe. Once I went with him and I was moved to tears to see them dancing, singing, ...
... then the last, it almost feels like I have gone to a few different countries.
When Rhetta and I arrived in Chandigarh we were completely exhausted. It was my first experience on an Indian bus and during that six hour trip our bus driver almost left Rhetta behind at the rest stand on two different occasions and our bus blew a flat tire that sounded like an explosion...both Rhetta and I thought that our time might have been up. After the tire blew ...
... over car, but at a pulled over scooter. Gulshan, whom I had never even heard of before, was waiting for me with his scooter to take me to the village Sotla. It was lucky that I'd packed light with only 2 backpacks.
After another 20 minutes on the scooter, we arrived at the intern house in Sotla. By then it was around 1am. Three of the interns had waited up for me, and I finally got to eat supper, and find out a bit more of exactly what I'd gotten myself into.