Marigold Holiday Cottages
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... am swept into a melee of giggling schoolboys, holding hands and engaging us with their 'how are you and very well thank you '. Is this for real or am I on a psychedelic trip ? I pinch myself to check. Then it is back to hotel by metro to wash off the monkey pee. These are just moments of the first two days. The last two weeks has been a fascinating whirlwind of adventures among mountains and mystic in the ...
in mean while i have met the group. just i hope that ist gonne be ok. because im a backpacker and after a month on alone. it can be difficult , but this is a gruop who lets you more free so just lets see.
early in the morning we leave by bus to shimla the tourguide warns us about this shaky busride i think pffft i know how it goed hahah.
we go trought the mauntains so its all curves on the raod and dont forget the ...
... in our book but all above the £4 that we have been accustomed to paying so we put our trust in a moustached tout at the train station. It didn't pay off the first night we had to fight off monkeys who managed to open the windows in our room from the outside!! Hanuman is literally on top of our roof and food chain if were not careful. So we move rooms after pressure from boggy we got a mega deluxe room for the same price as the monkey nursery. We decide to be ...
... they wanted to get you into a tuk-tuk which would probably take you to a shop. I used the metro system to avoid these hassles and it was nice and cheap but sometimes there was an almighty crush to get on the trains which reminded me of Les Quennevais School days. Visited places like the Jama Masjid (mosque) - which gave good views from the minaret of the not very picturesque city - and Humayun's Tomb. Coming back from the latter I could see ...
A couple of monkeys were eating wild berries on a small meadow along the way. They looked so harmless and sweet, little did we know what lay ahead.
Our path ended near the stone steps going up to the Jakhoo temple.