Honeymoon Inn Mussoorie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... buildings of the village in a terraced format,
and the centre of the little town consisted of only a few brightly coloured,
traditional structures. We arrived there in the early afternoon, in which it is
too hot outside to do any field work, so most of the village’s residents were
relaxing in the shade at this point, taking their midday siesta. We were able
to talk to some of them, but mostly the children, as they had the best English
... look, look!" and pointing out rocks and waves and anything that he noticed of interest. I dunked in the chilly, sacred flow, cleared myself and spent some time in the sun drying and giving him attention and then singing and playing a bit too. When I left he brought me back to his mother making lunch and she asked me to have some rice but I said I needed to go and have lunch at my guest house, which was true. Later on that afternoon I walked through ...
... trying to get permission from his sour-faced superior up the hill. Of course the superior refused – probably because he didn’t have such a cool hat.
As I mentioned, Happy Valley is the location of a large community of Tibetan exiles. It seemed like a rather closed community and I wonder if it’s good for them to be isolated from the country that many of them were born in and will spend the rest of their lives in? Maybe staying together ...
... would be 1,300 rupees. So that’s what I was expecting to pay. But when I asked the price, it suddenly became 1,510 rupees. Even 1,300 was a bit much in my opinion, and, as a matter of principle, I didn’t want to pay more than the “real” price, so I rejected this price of 1,510 rupees.
Luckily, there was a bus just about to leave for Dehra Dun, from which I could get a taxi the rest of the way to the airport. It took exactly one ...
... and two slices of plain bread for lunch. When I wasn’t sleeping, I was reading. What a waste of a day – and what a way to spend a holiday. Well, at least the weather’s cool, I’m getting a lot of reading done, and I’m staying in an extremely comfortable hotel. (Possibly the best 15 dollar hotel I’ve ever stayed in!) Still, all I can think about is food. I just saw a show on TV about the history of Taco Bell. (Apparently ...