Whistling Pines Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a technical fault or did Rupees change hands: we shall never know! But despite this the journey down the hillside is spectacular. The train twists and turns around steep bends with precipitous drops the leave little too the imagination. First stop is Summerhill the stop where the Viceroy's house is situated. It looked magnificent until we were told that it was the station masters house! On we we go to the next stop Tara Devi where we alight for our trip to ...
Even the locals I spoke to had no idea how old the temple is. Even an 83 year old elderly man had no idea how the preaching of goddess Kali started on the peak. All they know is that the temple is centuries old. A story of Maharaja Har Inder Singh Bahadur of Faridkot, says that he was really worried as ...
After the shock of Delhi it was amazing to go to a town as laid back as Shimla. Definitely a good choice for our second stop in India! After getting off the train we made our way into the town on our usual mission to find a hotel! Shimla is a hill station so needless to say, it was a steep hike from the station to the town. And to make things harder the Lonely Planet (bought in Dehli, minus the cover) had a totally incorrect map in it! We managed to ...
Shimla was upon first view very similar to Mc Leod Ganj, but it had lots of colonial quirks dotted along. It was however, peak season and due to the cool climate, it attractedmany indian tourists, and thus, prices were very high. After finding an overpriced hotel, we were approached to be extras in a bollywood film, and since ...
... We certainly had to contemplate that this may be a fate we would share, but as it turned out, despite the rush before the bus had even parked up, we still managed to get inside. Again this bus was so crammed full that people had to resort to getting up on the roof.
George was offered a lap to sit on, Rosina was squeezed in somewhere and soon fell asleep, her head resting on a ladies lap. I saw one space but the lady by it had put her bag there and refused ...