Hotel Himland West
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... not give it, there we in the Himalaya to mountains our hotel has), our driver stops with a material business. The married couple would like to buy a cover. After we undressed the shoes, we take place on a sofa and are advised. Afterwards begins typical Feil. One really acts in India around everything! Subsequently, we drive to a temple. This is my first Indian temple. I must wash myself my hands and take the shoes off, before I may enter these. In the temple I ...
... in the ole books. He was also privileged to have a close family friend - Uncle Bertie - who was an official of some ranking, working at the Viceroy Lodge; so Dad obviously had an all-round view of life in India at that time. Sent off to Sanawar after primary school, he was ready for the adventures that were to come.
Coincidentally we are staying at Clarke's hotel - a lovely heritage place - which of course I've ...
... in our book but all above the £4 that we have been accustomed to paying so we put our trust in a moustached tout at the train station. It didn't pay off the first night we had to fight off monkeys who managed to open the windows in our room from the outside!! Hanuman is literally on top of our roof and food chain if were not careful. So we move rooms after pressure from boggy we got a mega deluxe room for the same price as the monkey nursery. We decide to be ...
PHOTOS TO FOLLOW. The first minor highlight of my trip was finding that Nigel Mansell was on the same flight out of Jersey, don't think I've seen him in person before. My international flights involved a change in Dubai where it was 35c at midnight! It was like stepping under one of those heaters you get in shop doorways. Arriving tired in Delhi I found that I couldn't get any cash out - not a good situation at all. Luckily I had 320 rupees (about 4 ...
... trip and in no time at all we were back at our hotel. As there was still some daylight, we climbed up the mud pathway behind our hotel which ended at a platform next to some BSNL towers. Momentarily, the clouds parted and the light of the setting sun illuminated the Great Himalayas in the distance. We ...