Inder Palace

Address: Yamotri Route, Barkot, Uttarakhand, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Yamotri Route, Barkot.
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Travel Blogs from Barkot

Mussoorie - Third Entry

A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy on Mar 25, 2014

7 comments, 14 photos

... of length and interesting scenery.

In the late afternoon, just as I was going to town for lunch, I encountered a lost looking couple of Westerners. As Mussoorie’s (temporary) resident foreigner, I felt duty-bound to help them. They were looking for their hotel, which I knew to be on the complete opposite side of town. They wanted to know if there was any way to take a taxi or other means of transport there. Unfortunately taxis are not ...


A travel blog entry by allankapoor on Jul 04, 2010

10 photos

... exam Thursday and after that I will return to Delhi.

My last post ended with me getting ready to leave for Yamunotri, so I will begin with that. Yamonutri is a holy place for Hindus because it is the source of the Yamuna River, second only to the Ganges in Hindu mythology. The temple is at 18,000 feet, just before the start of the Himalayan glaciers.

The trip to Yamunotri was organized through our language school. We were picked up by a fleet of taxis that ...

Some Singing, Learning, and Other Stuff

A travel blog entry by laurendunn on May 15, 2010

6 comments, 54 photos

... After our little chitchat we were able to explore the school. Students were in a transition period between classes and we played with a few that were outside kicking around a soccer ball. After this short period it was time for the students to do “hands-on activities.” There were several different groups each working on something different. These groups included, paper-making, carpentry, farming, sewing, and games. It was cool to see ...

Day 4: The Worst Day of My Life

A travel blog entry by wagsinva on May 13, 2010

3 comments, 5 photos

... a paddleboat pond at the bottom.

The real excitement happened about 2.5 hours in. We turned off of the paved road onto a gravel road. This gravel road, which was scary enough being just gravel, was also just one-lane. The driver still had not learned how to use the brakes and at this point, every single person on the bus was either screaming or had their eyes closed tightly and had their head in their hands. Our professor (only ...

Month at an Ashram

A travel blog entry by cdlindia on May 10, 2010

8 photos

Hello again! I am back to the "outside" world after spending the past month at an ashram near Uttarkashi for a yoga teacher training course. The course was fantastic and so were the students. There were 32 of us from 16 different countries and staff from around the world (including Montreal :-)). The ashram was situated in a breathtaking setting in the Himalayas on the ...

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