Ambika Palace Hotel
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... routes which are created by usage. these are called Pagdandis.
The cemented staircase etc. made the climb easier though it was a bit steep. Distance was very short and we reached the top soon. There was a Shiva-linga on top and some Pandits used to stay there. There was a devi temple opposite the Shiva Temple. We assembled there and sang some Bhajans. The view from the top was beautiful. Some people chose to return while others chose to ...
... he would make jokes. For example, one fellow came in asking to buy condoms, and Dr. Singhal’s assistant handed him some. The customer then asked, “Do you have any flavored ones?” After the customer left, Dr. Singhal said to me, “What is he going to do with them? Eat them?” Ha. (Okay, perhaps you had to be there.)
I also joke with Dr. Singhal that whenever I’m in his shop, I attract customers – and as such ...
... particularly during Christmas-New Years and summer.
Although only about 35 km from Dehradun, the car ride to Mussoorie took nearly 90 minutes because of the meandering and climbing roadway. We were told that the views on the journey to the town are quite amazing, but the day we choose to travel was rainy and foggy. We only got limited glimpses of the surrounding landscape for the lower half of our drive – the rest of ...
... as it is one of the more important components in Scott’s survival cocktail.
Mussoorie, Thursday, 11 April, 2013
We started the day with breakfast in at the hotel with the free wi-fi, followed by a cup of coffee and a cigar for Gregory at a local coffee shop. As we were sitting at the coffee shop, we watched large, noisy throngs of people passing back and forth through the town – campaigning for their favorite candidates for ...
... in a different India from the one I know and love. He also seemed to be itching for a fight, so I just smiled and left the shop. By the way, as it turns out, two of the coins were one-rupee coins and one of them was a two-rupee coin, so I had been given the correct change after all. Don’t ask me why they make both coins the same size, though. Perhaps they ran out of different sizes?
Mussoorie, Wednesday, 20 March, 2013
On my walk around ...