Hotel Hill Queen
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... in all of the surround hilltops and lush jungle below. It was getting on for 2pm so we set off up the steep climb towards the temple – the walk wasn’t actually that strenuous as it zig zagged gently and the tree cover gave much needed respite from the afternoon sun although the basking lizards might not agree.
We made good time and it only took 45mins to get to the top and as we neared the summit we could hear the bell of the temple chime as ...
After early morning yoga, Kaivalya Upanishad talk of Poojya Gurudev and breakfast, we set out on a trek to Nachiketa Tal by about 9.30am. Its a drive of 45minutes to the base and then a 3 km. trek up the mountains where there is a lake. We started the trek around 11am. A dog quietly joined us on the trek and led the way, even showing shortcuts. Some of the trekkers realised that later and started following the 'guide'
The trek is ...
... to change. The weather forecast for the next week here is for sunny, clear skies and temperatures between 12 and 27 degrees Celsius. In other words, absolutely perfect weather. I’m looking forward to it.
I used Dr. Singhal’s absence to go into town to do some serious food shopping. My stomach was empty and I was craving a filling, western meal so I bought a loaf of bread, a can of tuna and a jar of mayonnaise – and made myself a couple ...
... a shooting lodge. This laid the foundation of this holiday resort which now has few rivals. Although Mussoorie, as a hill station, was established by Captain Young, it has quite an intriguing past. Mussoorie was never an official summer capital, unlike Shimla, a hill station in the state of Himachal Pradesh, which was the summer capital of the British Indian government, and even unlike Nainital, the summer capital of the United Provinces Government in ...
... hot water and laundry detergent and set me pants to soak. After awhile I went to scrub my pants and when I grabbed them, I felt something hard in the pocket. I thought I had removed everything from all of the many pockets, so I was wondering what I could have forgotten. Oh – my money! I carry a money clip with about 30 banknotes of various (small) denominations in my pocket, and this wad of cash was totally soaked and soaped. I immediately rinsed off the soap ...