Arif Castles Hotel
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... station and, although she could not be certain given the language difficulties, she believed she had found our coach. Having got there, our driver left us on our own while we made further investigations and ascertained that others also were waiting to board this coach to Uttarakhand.
Much relieved, we sank into our reserved seats while others boarded. Among them were two garishly clad, heavily-jowled women with an abundance of lipstick and rouge painted ...
... the bus stop, I was helped out by a willing Nepali on a bicycle, walking the stretch with me, carrying the bags. Offer of some thank-you money was declined. People I can call local friends by now have helped me out numerous times sorting out and buying stuff. It quickened the process considerably and kept the prices down. I own them lots of thank you's…. a thing you are not allowed to say to a friend in Nepal, as it is considered logical that friends help ...
Crowded around a deep, green volcanic lake, the hill resort of Nainital is a favourite getaway for Delhi-ites. Perched in the mountains, up at 1938m -- an altitude which we became painfully aware of yesterday, after we ran up the hill to get out of the rain -- it's a idillic place this time of year to escape the heat of the city. Imagine sitting on the shore of one of England's National Trust protected Lakes (this colourful town ...
... people walking around with posh British people. We saw Rikii and DJ that night and went out for a few drinks which was also very nice. Trying to get back was a bit of a nightmare, both of us in the back of a tuk tuk at1am with a driver that had no idea where we wanted to go. unfortunately for us he decided to tell us he didn't know where to go In the middle of no-where with no one to ask. Thank god for google maps and 3G! The next day I spoke to mum on whatsapp to let her know ...
Today we got off to a slow start - morning on the Ganges, a look at a Jain temple, then onto the road for what should have been a relatively easy drive. We got caught at a number of train crossings, in one political rally in a city, and got dead-ended at an unfinished bridge, so arrived in Corbett National Park at sunset. Just a few pictures from the road ...