The Chalets Naldehra
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... am swept into a melee of giggling schoolboys, holding hands and engaging us with their 'how are you and very well thank you '. Is this for real or am I on a psychedelic trip ? I pinch myself to check. Then it is back to hotel by metro to wash off the monkey pee. These are just moments of the first two days. The last two weeks has been a fascinating whirlwind of adventures among mountains and mystic in the ...
There is nothing yuk about a Yak. It's just a furry mountain cow looking all adorable and ever-ready to take pictures with interested tourists. Before leaving Shimla we drove uphill a few kilometres to have a quick glimpse of Kufri. It was like a way up into the clouds, if we would go any further I would think I am driving into the heavens. Outside my window,the snow mountains were visible,even though they weren't so close. They looked white and pale like a faded painting of ...
... by some of the people we met. This place stole our heart and reminiscing it evokes our feelings.
Memories are made out of experiences and experiences are made by meeting new people and traveling to new places. Keep traveling and keep creating memories.......... Bhavika Sharma
"I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel's sake. The great affair is to move.”
Robert Louis Stevenson
... but in Sri Lanka it was akin to watching hours of a blue planet IMAX production. The train down the west coast travels predominantly along the seaboard. The beaches, coconut trees, lagoons and villages are postcard perfect all the way down south. If any of you are kite surfing crazy, let's talk about carving up that coastline. Long stretches of beach are deserted, and the wind is as strong as the water is warm. The interior of Sri Lanka takes the train ride experience up a notch. ...
... with Abishekh, seeking out a guest house, an impossibility really at such an early hour of the morning. As neither Abishekh or I had any change he was compelled really to help us out though did it in good spirits.
After an hour or so of banging on guest house doors and getting no response, we discovered signs of life at the Hotel R Maidens on the Lower Mall, found there a man even to change my 1,000 rupee note, and a chance ...