Hotel Drive Inn
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... and peopled watched a while before jumping in a cab for 20mins to a place called Clouds End Hotel. There is a nice 4km walk to a nearby temple (Jwalaji) on top of Benog Hill we thought would be good so with trusty lonely planet in hand we found ourselves at the hotel. Once we saw how far away the Temple looked we realised how unprepared and hungry we were so stopped at the Hotel restaurant for a quick snack – the view from the octagonal restaurant was ...
... routes which are created by usage. these are called Pagdandis.
The cemented staircase etc. made the climb easier though it was a bit steep. Distance was very short and we reached the top soon. There was a Shiva-linga on top and some Pandits used to stay there. There was a devi temple opposite the Shiva Temple. We assembled there and sang some Bhajans. The view from the top was beautiful. Some people chose to return while others chose to ...
... guessed, most customers, both Indian and foreign, are having stomach problems. I got into a conversation with this couple (Tom from Australia and Tanya from England) and found out that they had just arrived in town minutes ago. They were looking for an internet café and there’s only one in town and it’s in a hard to describe location. So I walked with them into town to show them where the shop was. On the way, I pointed out to them the highlights ...
... charm. Surrounded by lush wooded expanses and winding lanes, it offers exclusive opportunities for quiet walks away from the maddening crowds.”
About Mussorie’s past, it goes on to say:
“The history of Mussooorie town dates back to 1825 when Captain Young, an adventurous British military officer, together with one Mr. Shore, the resident superintendent of Revenues at Dehra Dun, explored the present site and ...
... it is a sign of restored health. The bad is that I guess I’ll be back to being hungry all the time again. And this is not the place to be hungry – at least not for me.
Mussoorie, Monday, 01 April, 2013
I feel best when I wake up with a list of things to do, no matter how insignificant the things on the list might be. On top of today’s list was washing my green, multi-pocketed traveling pants. So I filled the bucket in the ...