The Chalets Naldehra
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... still full of smiles as he drove us back to our hotel. Once again despite being asleep on the sofa in reception, 2 or 3 of the hotel staff leaped up and made us welcome with warm smiles and hearty banter before showing us a comfortable room deep in the heart of the building.
We were soon sound asleep but aware that the following day we had a couple of important chores to complete and an airplane to Sri Lanka to catch....how can life be such fun?
... stained glass for it and just like every church in the uk has memorials in brass inside to various long forgotten colonials and local worthys some of which are very poignant.We enjoyed a cup of tea and the largest pakoras ever in a restaurant with a view but the fog descended again so we called the hotel to send us the taxi. we mistook the pick up place and sat down waiting when a passer by said are you waiting for your taxi because he's further down the road. good karma abounds ...
... and works in the ski tourist industry and has time to travel a little before he to has to find alternative employment during the summer months. He has five weeks to see the mountain ranges of India and spent £70 on a taxi straight from Delhi to Shimla. At the top of the hill, before I reach the temple a monkey climbs up my back, sitting on my shoulder he grabs my sunglasses and races away. The monkey sits with the glasses ten ...
... the belt, I think I'm just about qualified to draw the next conclusion; genuine hospitality will enhance your experience of a place dramatically. In a previous entry I described how well we were tended to in Hikkaduwa, and as with most exceptional periods in life, we didn't expect it to continue. But we were wrong to assume so. In the mountainous towns of Ella, Numwara Eliya and Kandy we were astounded at the level of interest our hosts showed in us, and the generosity they ...
... station, now set on finding a way out of the hugely populated hill city.
The police post was lit up and the friendly police there told us the time of the next bus to go near Kasauli and invited us to sit with them, away from the prying eyes of the loitering men. They even insisted on feeding us lots of food.
There were three policemen, all sharing night duty, one permanently at the desk and two resting in the back room, ...