The Chalets Naldehra
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... at one stop (so it was a good thing we did end up in the right seats). We eventually made it to Chandigarh and promptly hopped in an auto rickshaw. “lemon tree hotel” we said. ‘Yes Ma’am, 150 rupees’. Seemed like the right price to us, and we did not have the energy to argue. We arrived and were greeted by a/c and a fresh citrusy smelling hotel. Cleaner than anywhere we had seen in a long time. Our room was brilliant. Comfy white linens that ...
Another early start as today we have 70km to go. We're told the first 40km are undulating along the River Beas with the last 30km uphill. The views are great and I take a few pictures. I'm trying to capture as much as I can on the basis that if the pictures are rubbish I can always delete them. I take it steady in the morning partly because I am so tired after yesterday and partly because the climb in the afternoon will be tough.
It takes time to do ...
... pretty dull drive. Unfortunately, we did not have time to check out the Le Corbusier buildings or Nek Chand’s Rock Garden (a huge garden that is an amazing example of folk art with everything from statues to waterfalls built out of garbage.)
We headed from Chandigarh to Shimla, the summer getaway of the British during the Raj. It is situated in the verdant green Himalayan foothills. The buildings ...
... amazingly we saw a huge vulture; so glad to see they're not extinct in India after all. The vulture had been attracted to the dead carcass of a cow. A little further down the road Rosina picked up a big vulture feather from the road.
As we were filling up on spring water Kamaljit strode past and off into the distance. Bader stuck it out with us and we had a lot of fun despite our aching legs and feet.
By evening we arrived in Shoja.