Hotel New Bharat
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... shop selling only crisps and peanuts, and a fixed price emporium reached by a step ladder calling itself the 'New Uttarakhand Textile Development Corporation – a House of High-quality Handicraft Textiles'. The UTDC claimed to be purveyors and exporters of (amongst other things) "all kinds of sarees, bed covers, mirror work, brass artefacts, marble, paper machie (sic) and wooden items". Apparently she had spent the morning being attended by nice young ...
We were sad to leave Padmini and her lovely family and home at the Retreat, Bhimtal, but time had moved on and we were ready for the next stage of our adventure. Paddy had arranged a car for us for our drive to Dhikuli. We had chosen the longer six-hour drive through the mountains rather than the shorter route from Nainital to Ramnagar. The road might have been slow and full of hairpin bends, but it was wonderfully wild and forested country with occasional glimpses of the ...
... to a beautiful secluded lake deep in the forest. Having parked the car by the roadside, he led us through the woods to the hidden lake. Not a sign of human habitation was to be seen; all around us huge, forested mountain slopes rose mightily to a cerulean sky while only the multicoloured dragonflies and huge butterfles disturbed the unruffled calm of the lake.
The name and whereabouts of this unbelievably beautiful spot ...
... feel immediately at home as we were led into a beautiful period room graced with pictures on the wall, objets d'art on the mantel, an old disused piano from a century ago and best of all a brightly burning wood stove in the fireplace.
All meals are individually prepared by Paddy's son, Robby; tea and real coffee (so unusual in northern India) are available at the blink of an eye. Breakfast and lunch are taken with our hostess on the ...
... station and, although she could not be certain given the language difficulties, she believed she had found our coach. Having got there, our driver left us on our own while we made further investigations and ascertained that others also were waiting to board this coach to Uttarakhand.
Much relieved, we sank into our reserved seats while others boarded. Among them were two garishly clad, heavily-jowled women with an abundance of lipstick and rouge painted ...