Hotel Himland East Shimla
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... but naughty but naughty all the time. You just can’t help taking an interest in the mythology.
Finally, we met a chap on the last night for a cuppa and a chat. He went on to describe Zoe's character traits better than I could after just one meeting. He was a nice guy but my sceptical spider senses were tingling a plenty. Those of you who know how much I like magic will know that I like to be amazed by these things rather than understand how they are done. It was a neat ...
... the room. For me it was like being home so I strolled about for an hour or two before the chill sent me seeking the hotel, after having a coffee with an equally at home Englishman.
Bit of a non entry this as it was a bit of a non event. Got back on the bus the next day to hit New Delhi, and to meet Elisa's other Italian mates from their plane.
Shimla sprawls for miles along the ridge. Spar’s Lodge, on the west end, is on an extremely steep road which reminded us of the road that leads to our old home on Kamakurayama. A fine guarded estate, occupied by a Lieutenant General in the Indian Army, is directly across from Spar’s. The stone faced century in front made us feel secure. From the road just below, we could see snow caps in the Himalayas in ...
... everything else in a rucksack on my back. He was a
big guy and circled me, eyes on the bag. And he bloody went for it! he
went to grab, I swiped, he hissed and then a man ran in to save
the day and scare it off. I walked with my bag up my jumper for the rest
of the way. At the top, there was a huge statue of some god or other
which was very impressive (although, annoyingly, could also be seen from
the bottom, without ...
... with skin ailments and joint pains. It was quite fascinating to sit by the hot pools watching the fast flowing waters of the Satluj going by just a few feet away. A group of river rafters had just embanked close by. It was getting uncomfortably warm by then, otherwise we may have stayed longer. At just 650m, Tattapani is not Shimla, and can get ...