Hotel Angel's Inn
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... to know the local area, and it was always rewarding to get out into the countryside and see a different angle on local life. We walked through tall pine forests, where the tree’s towered above us whilst we breathed in the cool pine scented air. We saw local village life happening all around rickety wooden houses which have probably changed very little and reflect an age gone by, apple orchards who have now shed their fruits for the winter and are preparing themselves for ...
... all airlines have the occasional delay, Air India's response to the doubling of my layover time from 4 to 8 hours was shameful. Never again will I fly Air India! (Unless they're a dollar cheaper than the alternatives.)
One of the results of this ridiculous flight delay and late arrival in Chennai is that I spent most of the next day napping off and on, trying to recover from the fiasco.
The rest of my time in Chennai I spent hanging out with Scott ...
... km. Bus will drop u in front of the temple.
Srinivasa perumal temple is very huge and nicely built . one has to visit and get the divine experience.
saravana bhawan has opened number of shops nearby temple . pricing is very very moderate.
It was a satisfying trip and not much money was spent-- gv ravi 9445214656
... wine – Sula- which was quite nice.
Its such a huge contrast to Delhi , one day we are in a busy, polluted, noisy City and then in a wilderness that resembles Canada more than India !
Our 2nd day was really good , we had breakfast at the hotel, just some toast with our Marmite ! Then off to walk to Vashist , this is 3.5 KM away and another village popular with travellers , the guide book mentioned raves in the wood ! We expected ...
... gear-shifter between my knees. Tim was jammed up against the door. Our driver, a young guy who spoke very little English, looked us over, gave us a nod and started the engine. We were off. Not 50 yards away from the guesthouse a passing van flagged him down and relayed the information that Rohtang was closed. ****.
Turning to us with raised eyebrows, he silently posed the question: What do you want to do? By this point in time Tim and I ...