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... he seemed more awake and definitely chirpier. "Ok", he said, "lets go to Ramnagar". I recognised this new found confidence immediately. "Sanjay, have you been drinking just now?", I asked him. "Only a bit of wine, no problem", he replied. I knew he was ************ me A; because there definitely wasn't any wine out here, in the Kumaon region and B; because his breath stank of whiskey. **** sake Sanjay! I considered getting out and leaving but where the **** would I go, I hadn't seen ...
... been a haunt for old-school bohemian types and remained totally unspoilt, with only a handful of basic restaurants and accommodation being in either simple guesthouses or local homes. On the journey up, I spotted several characters that wouldn't have looked out of place at Woodstock, in fact some of them had probably been there. Apart from the old hippies, most of the other foreigners seemed to be Israelis, as a place like this usually attracts them. I got speaking to one Israeli ...
... so whilst we munched away we had Abba blasting away – how very authentic. Mr Mumtaz did turn up a bit later and apologised not for meeting us as his whole family is in town – such a nice bloke, we swapped details and he mentioned to look him up next time we were in India. That was it for our last full day in India, it’s been a hell of an adventure and very eye opening to say the least – certainly worth a visit, a very beautiful and humbling ...
... were very health conscious so no meat or beer etc…
In the evening we took a stroll down the mall and checked out the bazaar which was busy and full of holidaying Indian families which was also a nice change from Rishikesh as we had had our fill of hippy dippy travellers by this point. Found a lovely restaurant called Sakley’s and spent the remainder of the evening reminiscing over ...
... help? Down the ladder from the UTDC warehouse we went – all of us – and back to the resort. In the reception hall of the Riverview Retreat, a helpful crowd gathered to discuss the issue. At least it transpired that the resort were confident that they should be able to accept our credit card when the time came to move on. However they were unable to provide cash.
Despite the fact that the banks were on strike, it was thought that at least ...