The Chalets Naldehra
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... went to a bird house since Greg had always wanted to see a peacock. We saw a couple of them there hanging around. Just then as of on cue, one of them spread its feathers and gave us a bit of a show. I think it was the highlight for us in Simla. After 2 days of pampering, we decided to say goodbye to the friendly staff and headed downhill to catch our flight to Udaipur from Chandigarh. But precise planning in India can be challenging. More to come in the next post ...
... every few seconds. When I ask about the jumble of wires, Vishal assures me there are few accidents of any description because there are 330 million gods in the Hindu pantheon so plenty of Gods to look after everyone . I feel some water drip on my head, look up to see a monkey is negotiating the jumble of power lines above and has urinated on me . Oh well ....... ...
... to Chandigarh from the Manali route. We again hired a taxi at Rs. 15,000/- (Rs. 13,000/- excluding overnight stay) o Manali. Since it takes around 18 hours to Manali from Leh, it is preferable to stay at Keylong. We stayed at a decent hotel which served very nice food. Theron, we moved on to Manali, witnessing another marvelous view of the Rohtnag pass and Solang pass and finally to Manali. One could try a hand at paragliding or could even ride the ice scooters ...
... 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. ...
... at bay.
Our bus came and our police friends waved us bye bye, and now began our journey, at gone one in the morning to the town of Dharampur. Once there we took a night taxi the last 15 klms to Kasauli with a nice young driver, only 20 years old, called Abishekh Gupta, who recieved frequent phone calls from his mother to check on his well being.
Kausali was so quiet in the night, so calm, even the dogs did not bark. ...