The Chalets Naldehra
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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 ...
... nicely. We are served a huge bottle of water, followed by coffee and tea, followed by a breakfast consisting of bread with honey, and an omelette (if your choice is the non-veg menu), including another round of coffee and tea. It is simple food, but it tops off the pastries we received in our hotel breakfast boxes. We feel extra grateful for these amenities as we pass other passenger trains traveling in different directions where the people ...
We were up early and out of Dharamsala at 7 this morning for a long road day (of only 250 km) to Shimla. The road was bumpy in spots, narrow, winding, and quite filled with truck traffic, so it was slow travelling for the most part. The countryside was interesting, with lush farmland in the valleys and many ridges to climb up, snake along the top, and drop down again.
We arrived into Shimla around 6:30 - it ...
... Above us, in a tree, a monkey was being hassled by two crows. I asked if the monkeys came to try and steal his cuicumbers. He grinned, showing me the big knife that he has to scare the monkeys away.
George held my hand as he walked along the roadside wall, and we dallied so much that by the time we were reaching the military check point one has to go through to get to the famed Manky Point (Monkey Point) the passageway had been closed up. Not that I would ...
Rosina had some last minute pool playing and then we left Kasol, having said our sweet farewells to the young men of the Casablanca, my new goal being to make it up to Shoja, an obscure Himmalayan location recommended to us by our cook in Naggar.
This change of location required four bus changes, Kasol to Bhuntar, Bhuntar to Aut, Aut to Banjar, and from there to Shoja.
The roads up to Shoja were even roufher than the road to Bhuntar. Feeling queasy ...