Mid Summer Surprise- An unplanned Simla visit
Things to do in Shimla for a Fulfilling Experience During A Summer Break
Tatta Paani : Shimla, like never before!!
Delhi- Kalka- Shoghi- Shimla –Chandigarh – Delhi
This Royal Retreat Nestled In The Hills Of Shimla Is An Ideal Independence Day Weekend Getaway
Shimla _ The underrated paradise
Places of Nature's pride - Chandigarh and Shimla
Himachal: Naldhera, Tattapani, Mashobra, Shimla
When it snowed in Shimla
Weekend Trip to Majestic Shimla for running my first High altitude Half Marathon
Places to Visit in Shimla
The Capital Hill- Shimla
Jakhoo Temple - World's tallest statue at the highest elevation in Shimla
Truly A Queen Of Hills - Shimla
What to do while you're within the boundaries of Mall Road of Shimla...
Shimla- An escape to nature.
Shimla: A Mesmerizing Spot
Solo escapades: Shimla
Fares: New Delhi to Kalka and back - Rs. 670 one way (1340 total) kalka to Simla toy train and back - Rs. 230 one way (460 total) Hotel stay per day - Rs. 1250 (Rs. 3750 for 3 nights) Breakfast, lunch and dinner - Around 1000 per day (3000 for 3 days) Shopping (Simla has many good bookstores and other things) - 500 per day (1500 for 3 days) Total for 3 days: Rs. 10500 Now this being my first solo travel, I never paid attention on budget....
Weekend Getaway to Shimla
Haunted Places of Shimla – Real Ghost Stories
Solo Backpack Trip to Spiti Valley - Day 1 (Shimla)
The Charleville mansion-Most Haunted Home of Shimla
11 Must Do Hiking And Cycling Experiences In Shimla
Shimla : Heaven of India
Jakhu Temple – Temple with world’s highest Hanuman Statue in Shimla
A monsoon treat- Shimla
Shimla – A Monsoon Epitome
Shimla –a word known for a place in hills famous for its British architectural buildings, Supreme weather and off course the Historic Toy-Train (that runs on epic Kalka–Shimla Railway Line having 806 bridges and 103 tunnels thus making it one of India’s most famous Railway Line)….To me Shimla means beauty reflecting from every nook and corners of it and is not restricted to must visit places.....
The Summer Capital of British India: Shimla
Escape to explore - Shimla-Manali-Kasol
The Ghosts of Dukhani- A Lovely House in Shimla Hills
My Perfect Day in Shimla
Solo in Shimla
the night sky shimla mall road shimla view from The Ridge indian institute of advanced studies the garden of IIAS IIAS The Ridge sunset Hotel Himgiri View from Hotel Himgiri Mahasu House Mahasu House Kufri Holiday Resort Kufri to Shimla Purani Koti Area Apple Orchard Way to Rappelling point Trekking near Redwood Camp Garden area of IIAS Scene near Kufri Scrolling and surfing through the net looking for travel destinations; stories by backpackers and unique encounters had become my hobby off late....
The Myth Of Barog Tunnel – Shimla
Let it Rain ❤ 3N/4D - Chandigarh-Shimla-Fagu ❤
Yungdrung Tibetan Monastery, Solan, Shimla
Whistling through the woods in a Time Machine-the train from Kalka to Shimla
On a cold morning when the cloud of fog has all but engulfed the hills around, an old station master comes out of the colonial office rooms with a shawl wrapped and a bright lantern in hand to signal the train to passby.The pretty looking locomotive whizzes by,with the driver giving a friendly smile and a wave of hands to the shawl-wrapped man who removes the monkey cap from his mouth to smileback.With his duty done,he returns to the wooden cabin of the Station Master and adjusts the British era wall clock which has to be still wound by hand.Thescene is timeless,it doesn’t matter if you are doing the journey in 21st century or 100 years before that.Making the train journey to India’s erstwhile summer capital Shimla from the quant station of Kalka,early in the morning is one of the best things that can happen to you in the hills of India....
Riding Toy Trains: Darjeeling, Shimla & Nilgiris
Interesting facts about Hotel Peterhoff in Shimla
An evening in Shimla – The Queen of Hills
Incredible India : Shimla, Manali
Roadtrip : Shimla/Kufri
Shimla: The nostalgia never ends and 10 best things to do there
A bunch of youngsters in their 20’s shouting, unapologetic, shrieking, laughing , singing and as the train speedily found its way through the lower Shivalik foothills, passing though so many tunnels, all eyes were upon the breathtaking views that slowly unfolded before us and gradually, the cluttered noises ceased to engulf a complete silence !...