Hilltone Resorts & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... lots of scenic views and coffee shops. Plus the added bonus of lots of nick nack shops which i love looking in. However with a budget Ive tried not to spend too much, other wise i would come away with the whole shop . I did manage to come away with a pair if trousers though, they were only £4 , so it wasn't too painful on Scott's wallet :) We felt so relaxed in Manali that we didn't really plan to do much whilst there , it was more a case of just see what ...
... After 1 1/2 hrs we stopped at a roadside cafe in the tiny settlement of Marhi at 3390m (11,200ft). I was feeling fine but a bit breathless so had some chocolate and water. We're advised to drink 2-3 litres of water a day to keep adequately hydrated. This helps minimize altitude sickness. A roadside sign said: "It's a rough road that leads to absolute greatness." In theory this is a sealed road but in practice about 25% was sealed across the width of the road, ...
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I was suffering from a 24-hour flu, so this was a pleasant sight for me. Sometimes, It's the little things that pull us through.
... about a 5minute walk from Mcleodganj. A little quieter than its busier neighbour we wanted to explore what it had to offer. Taking our own route to the waterfall we met two monks along the path. They took an interest in learning where we were from and how long we would be in the area, showing us the way down to the waterfall below. It was a beautiful sunny day so the waterfall had attracted many Indian families and groups of tourists. It was lovely to ...
... so planned on spending as little time as possible in each place, seeing the main sights then getting the hell outta there and up North as soon as possible!! Not really the best way to explore a place but hey! It was a really stressful time! We saw some incredible places and I got to go on a camel safari which was one of the things I really wanted to do in India, but it was just too hot. We sweated, argued and got drunk...then woke up ...