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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... fill out the post cards I grabbed last minutely from Dhramsala and send it over together. It took me the greater part of an hour to locate the addresses I needed and filling out the cards and looking up the Chinese characters I've long forgotten how to write. It was about another forty minute walk to locate the post office in the market area and Ru90 later, the cards are on their way. Truth be told, I have no faith that these cards will reach the people ...
... and narrow curves. Rohtang Pass, the 'Highest Jeepable Road in the World’, is a lofty mountain pathway which is visited by tourists during summers. If you want to experience snow in summer, Rohtang Pass is the destination for you.The view of the range mountains is stunning from here. This is one of the highest mountain passes of the world. There are unpredictable occurrence of snow storms and high winds but that don’t stop ...
... really interesting and didn't do a lot else.
We were told to get to the temple before 7.30am so by 7am we were in the (ever growing) queue to enter the complex. Once in I spotted Gloria who I was with in Agra with a French friend Laurence, the Spanish couple again and several other familiar faces. Finally at 9.30am he had arrived and it was announced we would have our photos with him according to Nationality. There ...
... 39;, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal;">I took two more days to make the drive to Leh. The scenery became more and more desolate, more and more like planet Tatooine in Star Wars. I crossed four high passes en-route - including one over 17,000'. I felt fine up there, though. I found that there is a big difference between technical climbing at 17,000' and simply riding a motorbike!
... 10. Survived the second day of the trip in a much better shape (me) and hopelessly succumbed to motion sickness and altitude sickness combined (K.). However, puking your guts out at the world's highest motorable pass all while trying to have your picture taken and protecting your face from a sudden hail storm has gotta count for something, right? Plus we: 11. Witnessed the effects of several landslides which blocked our passage only to be ...