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... house, just facing the spring is an old, dilapidated guest house constructed in 1931. Dr. Salim Ali was said to have stayed in this guest house during his Ornithological visits to this place, around 1938. Interestingly enough there is a moist deciduous patch behind the old guest house, adjoining the huge ...
... there is a gooseberry tree planted in front of him. Behind is a cave used for meditation. It's very basic but apparently the devotees spend around five years here. The sun is getting very hot as we climb back up the path towards the car. Ice creams all round are the order of the day (which must be eaten in the car as there is a large fraternity of monkeys here which become very aggressive around food). These little devils are pretty threatening and one of them is ...
... government-in-exile. In western Himachal lies the Chamba Valley, with Dalhousie, a British-time hill station. Towards the east, all the way to Tibet lies the Kinnaur region, which was off limits for tourists till 1992 and contains the villages and lifestyles that are still untouched by modernity. In the center, the Kullu valley is famous for its apples, producing about 9000 truckloads of them every year. Here, Manali town is a good base ...
... again was very yummy, I had breaded chicken for starter and the seafood platter for main. It has to be said the seafood here has been delicious, in particular the Red Snapper and the prawns. Even though I had been India for nearly two months I had only had curry in my hotel and was finding myself slowly becoming tired of steaks, prawns etc.
You know its a sad day when you long for a jacket potato.
... We reached the Art of Bicycle office at 6:30 AM and tested our bicycles. We were a bit unsure but were confident we would gain our bearings in no time. We cycled from the Art of Bicycle Trip offices near the Leela Palace through the Bangalore Cantt area to MG Road and on to Holy Trinity Church. We walked around the grounds of the church and took some photos after a short history lesson. We then started cycling down MG Road and saw the first power ...