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... was planned and took care of all aspects of the camp meticulously.
Wandering in the Himalayas was given to everyone as a prasad pustika for the camp. Its a beautiful book to read and know about Himalayas, Renunciation, nature, love of God etc.
After briefing everyone about the next day's programme to visit Gangotri and Gomukh we had early dinner and wound up for the day to ensure packing is done and we have enough rest before we proceed next day early morning. ...
Happily landing in Rishikesh we were eager to book on to activities; rafting, paragliding and trekking but to our greatest disappointment there had been huge floods recently which forced all the companies to close.... ****! What made up for it was the amazing view from our room which had a balcony where we could sit out on, along with some not so friendly monkeys using it a short cut to the neighbouring tree tops. Our first instinct after hearing this tragic news was to find ...
... a shooting lodge. This laid the foundation of this holiday resort which now has few rivals. Although Mussoorie, as a hill station, was established by Captain Young, it has quite an intriguing past. Mussoorie was never an official summer capital, unlike Shimla, a hill station in the state of Himachal Pradesh, which was the summer capital of the British Indian government, and even unlike Nainital, the summer capital of the United Provinces Government in ...
... of my father. And I found out that a big bottle of the stuff can be had in India for a mere four dollars. At that price, I’m in for two bottles.
Speaking of fathers, I read recently that you know you’re getting old when you start to resemble your father. That’s understandable because when we are children, we can’t really look like our fathers. But when we get old enough, there comes a point in our lives when we resemble something ...
... would have had a big stick with which to smack him upside his head. On my way back home later in the evening, I decided to take a bicycle rickshaw in order to avoid a potential confrontation with this monkey – or any of his cohorts. I figured if a monkey would have tried to attack me in the rickshaw, the rickshaw driver would have come to my aid given that I was a paying customer. I’m glad I didn’t have to put my assumption to the ...