Chevron Rosemount, Ranikhet
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... her up with balloons that I somehow found in a shop, and a purse she had her eye on in one of the shops! We went for breakfast at little Budda and I got her a banana Nutella pancake with ice cream and candles, and everyone in the restaurant sang happy birthday! We then went for a swim in the Holy Ganges River - what better day to do it!? ...
... who were there. The ritual is held on the banks of
the river, and was packed with thousands and thousands of spectators. With perhaps
the exception of professional sporting events that I have attended, I think
this was the largest gathering of human beings that I have ever seen. Street
vendors lined the roads leading into the ceremony, and we spent a bit of time
exploring the various shops during the hour before the ceremony began.
One of ...
... downstream and washing out many villages. After the dam we headed towards Mussorie. It's a tourist town at 2400 metres which boasts views of the Himalayas. As tiredness set in we decided to stay at Dhanaulti around 30 km short of Mussorie. Being so high the air temperature was around 10 degreesas evening set in. We hadn't pack for this temperature so layered up as best we could. Dinner out was very cold however we had plenty of laughs about it and ...
... Bourdain. It’s about the rough and tumble world of cooking in restaurants, and it made me glad that I never went down that path – not that I ever wanted to.
Still being a bit weak in the stomach, I went back to my favorite Thai restaurant in the center of Mussorie and this time, instead of the Tibetan chicken noodle soup, I had the Thai “Khao Tom Gai”, a sort of boiled rice soup with a bit of chicken and garlic. It ...
... is breathtaking. I had a very well deserved ayurvedic ...