Hotel Nand Residency
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... roadside trash fire. Apparently,
the residents around the forest set these trash fires in the forest quite
frequently, and sometimes, they spread quite extensively to the rest of the
understory. This problem is what we were greeted with in the morning, as our
plots were completely toasted, except for the larger trees. The fire was actually
rather mild and not very intense, but it was certainly shocking to see the
entire understory ...
... make sure to halt at the famous Kanatal orchards. Here
Apples, apricots, plums, peaches, pears and many more deliciously
fragrant fruits abound, which would give you a hearty snack treat!
The alluring Sunset of Kanatal is something very famous all across
India; one must not miss witnessing this natural site. The Gharwal’s
clean air and the gorgeous hill range leave its visitors speechless ...
... And for that you get featured in my blog. Tell your daughter that you’re famous now. Ha.
Mussoorie, Thursday, 27 March, 2014
After breakfast I finished writing the summary for “The Hound of the Baskervilles” for Dr. Singhal’s son. When I went to bring the summary to Dr. Singhal, he was about to leave for a trip to the bank to renew his fixed deposit. He asked me if I wanted to join him – and I did. I rode with ...
... 8217;ll just go home with my excess rupees in my pocket and spend them on a possible future trip to India.
On the flight from Delhi to Bangkok, I had an aisle seat. A young Thai couple (whom I later learned were just friends) had the two inside seats. The man was going to take the window seat, leaving the woman to sit between us. She then said to the man in Thai, obviously (or at least hopefully) assuming that I don’t understand Thai, ...
... across town and up a mountain to visit the town’s only halfway decent supermarkets – much smaller than a typical 7-11 in Bangkok.
On my walk home, the overcast sky had turned to rain, and I ducked into a coffee shop to wait it out. I don’t drink coffee, but I was willing to have a cup as the price of keeping dry. However, it turns out that I didn’t have to buy a cup because no-one ever came to my table to serve me. So there are ...