Travel Blogs from Nainital
... wife was still not appeased with the sightings at the stream, so I left my wife by the logs and went ahead to explore the place a little bit more. Walking further away from the stream offered some really nice view of the lake. The dense forest at the background was absolutely stunning. The lake is surrounded by dense forests on all three sides the fourth side being the forest trail which leads you to ...
... Orange Headed Ground Thrush
12. Gray Hooded Warbler
13. Himalayan Woodpecker
14. Streaked Laughing Thrush
15. Red Billed Blue Magpie
16. Great Tit
17. White Capped Redstart
18. Spotted Forktail
19. Gray Headed Canary Flycatcher
20. Verditer Flycatcher
21. Peregrine Falcon
23. Himalayan Griffon
24. Khaleej ...
... boats though and keep our rears and feet dry. There is a rope-way to take up to the top of a peak. From there one can catch a glimpse of one of the Himalyan ranges.
The tourist draw to this area are the lakes. They are very significant to the Hindu faith, and much revered.
It was nice to see this area, but at this point cannot think of one single reason to revisit.
... pea curry, accompanied with a vegetable curry dish (such as potato, cauliflower or green peppers) and chapati bread.
The work that I am doing has consisted of many field visits to nearby villages to assess their spring water management and quality. Villagers have been extremely welcoming to me and have offered me chai at their home. Since English is not commonly spoken in these parts, I have had to try hard to pick up some Hindi, however this is further complicated by some ...
... place for all hill stations but trust me nainital mall road will more attract u then any other mall roads bcs of its beautiful lake. mall road and lake is attach together. so during the walk of mall road we can see beautiful and clean lake.
3rd day we took taxi for mukteshwar. here we saw the lots of temples like lord of shiva temple. we also visited apple garden luckily ...