The Chalets Naldehra
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... being thrown around this toilet. By the time I had fished out the tiny bar of soap I carry, washed my feet, shoes, hands and anything else I could reach while bouncing around, I was in that loo 30 minutes for a bloody pee and had to hold my flip flops out of the window to dry on the way up.
We arrived at Shimla, and Raju was meeting us off the train. I was exhausted from laughing and the day so far.
Being built on the side of ...
... the macaques who climb and scamper about without any concern .Of particular interest was the Gaiety theatre built in 1887 at the same time as the town hall next door. It was where the British am/dram performed to keep themselves amused during the raj but sadly fell into disrepair after independence. Michael Palin visited during one of his travel programmes and indeed performed there and now it has been brilliantly restored he is due to return in a year or so when it is added to ...
... 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 ...
... allowed through with my camera. The viewpoint is in a strict miltary zone.
As we ambled homewards to our hotel which was also on the lower mall, two separate cars stopped just past us, ladies tumbling out excitedly requesting photo sessions with us. We were a phenomenon. A carload of young guys also stopped to say Hello.
In the evening we watched the fabulously amusing Bridget Jones film again, then dined out in the bazaar in a cheap vegetarian dhaba.