Kmvn Tourist Rest House Snowview
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... men and sareed women who claimed the road as their own. It took nearly two hours to cross that bridge. Whereas in England such a delay would have caused incalculable fury, here no one seemed out of sorts. It was seemed to be regarded as a normal part of life; not only the coach-driver and passengers, but other road-users remained totally calm and unfazed.
It had taken the whole day to traverse the Gangetic plain of Uttarpradesh with its endless rice paddies ...
... run away from it. There are other priorities in another place, yet one day I love to visit this country again. Most likely by plane next time. Phirri Betomla! (We meet again!).
Included in this entry are some photos of my last moments in Nepal…my friend’s daughter’s wedding, encounters with new and old and see-you-later-goodbyes. At moment of publishing this entry I have crossed the border into India, parked up at a farm I come to know well ...
... by homesick Brits reminded of the Cumbrian Lake District). Now imagine, a steep valley packed with hotels; brightly painted gondola-like boats* and dragon pedalos forming flotillas; and candy floss, lots of candy floss**. That just about sums up Nainital. Oh, and to add to the holiday atmosphere, there's a cable car which runs up to Snow View -- which (on a clear day) has panoramic Himalayan views -- and a mini amusement ...
... took a good few days before she stopped walking like she had had an accident. It was very funny! We just chilled out and explored Mussoorie. Next stop was Corbett National Park to try and find some tigers! This part was the bit I was most looking forward to in India and after hearing other peoples accounts I was fairly optimistic about seeing them. Getting to the park ended up taking 10 hours on a local bus which mum really enjoyed but I found it more of a pain having spent ...
Today we got off to a slow start - morning on the Ganges, a look at a Jain temple, then onto the road for what should have been a relatively easy drive. We got caught at a number of train crossings, in one political rally in a city, and got dead-ended at an unfinished bridge, so arrived in Corbett National Park at sunset. Just a few pictures from the road ...