Galleu Hill Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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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 ...
... 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 ....... ...
... will throw them food and the people around the temple have learned that if you throw food at monkeys, tourists will pay you for getting you stuff back. Luckily, my driver warned me before getting out of the car so I stumbled my way around the temple with my glasses in my pocket. Several others from the group were not so lucky. Scott’s glasses were expertly pried off his head within seconds of getting out of the ...
... have incredibly expressive faces; their deep lines embossed by the early morning or late evening light. They don't skimp on colour either. The 60 minutes after sunrise and before sunset are know as the golden hours. The shades of orange and red will have you shooting incessantly. The opportunity to photograph wildlife will undoubtably present itself to you. Without even looking for them, we ran into a very large iguana and an elephant in one day. Beware of the woods ...
... go to the historic village of Pangana which was once the capital of the kingdom of Suket. Pangana has an old traditionally built temple fort. At Bakhrote, the locals told us not to take that route as the road was not good but to go back the way we came and take the turning going down the mountain, shortly past our hotel. ...