Kadamb Kunj Resort
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- Free parking
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... a heap of call time, at least that's what I hope it does as the 2 young blokes English is pretty poor. Not much lost if it doesn't work. A short trip on a rickshaw back to the hotel, negotiated for 50 rupees ($1), poor little bugger riding the bike probably only weighted 50 kilo's and dragging me and Dale in 3 lanes of traffic in the inside lane was interesting. After quite nice morning exploring a short rest to wait for the Intrepid meeting at 1pm beckons. ...
... and shown his emperor sized bed in which he 'entertained the winner'. Food today was a buffet restaurant off the main road. Again, it was pretty good but I am slightly disappointed by the lack of variety on the menus- all dominated by paneer dishes, Dahl, a couple of vegetable options as well as the rice and bread which is ordered separately. As I am yet to suffer any kind of 'Delhi belly', I am keen to brave the street ...
... our travels of northern India. Tomorrow we leave for kathmandhu then fly from there to pokhara. We will be getting in later in the day,, our blog may be more sporadic once we hit Nepal as power outages happen for 12 hours a day and we have no internet access at the home we are staying. We will endeavour to do our best to keep up the blog,, All is well with the 4 camel/elephant riding wise women of the west ( culture that is, not direction) Love to ...
After a good nights sleep Kathleen has got over her culture shock and confirms that, apart from the very steep stairs up to our room, likes the hotel. We have a nice breakfast served to us. The staff are eager to please, as they were at dinner the night before. It is sometimes a bit disconcerting when they stand watching as you eat. You do feel a bit like saying go away and let us eat in peace but that would be very unkind. They are not intending to ...
... fort that he sat for years watching the sun rise and set over the monument that held the grave of his wife. We all sat down and took in its impressive structure once again. I am not one to love museums or heritage buildings, but this is truly something else. It is even more beautiful in person and even from a distance than any picture could ever depict. I hope some of mine will give you a small piece of the sentiment I felt when walking around it in complete and utter awe.