Hotel Pratap Regency
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... at the house and the five of us shared a meal prepared by the resident cook of chicken (only our 3rd meat dish since being in India!) , curried vegetables, dhal and rice – all of it delicious and in great company too! Over dinner Sunil told us about the solar power consultancy business he was setting up and Sanjay invited us to stay with his family in Delhi before we leave India which we will definitely take him up on. After dinner we ...
... along the lake shore. The upper town has an area called ‘The Flats’ where a landslide buried a hotel and its residents many years ago. There are no new buildings there and apparently sports events take place on the site. Reminders of the Raj are all around. The ‘Imperial’ cinema is now home to a number of clothes shops and an Anglican church now houses a fruit and ...
... ready to vacate the car at a moments notice, I ran in to a shop (we were back in some sort of civilisation by now) and explained "My driver is completely mental, where's the nearest guesthouse?". The confused shopkeeper told me there was one a couple hundred meters down the road. I thanked him profusely before adding "If he comes in looking for me, don't tell him where I went". Before the man could finish asking the question 'How will I know it's him?", I cut in, "You'll know". I ...
... dark while I'd been walking and trying to negotiate the steep, narrow streets of the town, which would prove hard enough in the day, was almost impossible now. Eventually, I stopped exhausted outside a small eatery, where the owner Prakash, seeing my bags, asked "Are you looking for a room?" "YES!", I replied a little too eagerly. "Ok, come see room then you come back here for food". I was happy with this arrangement as these were the two things I desperately needed right ...
... above and there is an almost carnival atmosphere at the top with Indian families enjoying the very dilapidated Mountain Magic amusement park full of rusty old rides and bumper cars.
We only spent about an hour up there before heading back down for sunset beers at the hotel and our last evening in India – boo hoo L Dressed in our finest clothes (dress code is no shorts or slippers) we headed out to Nainital boat house to find Mr Mumtaz but ...