Lemon Tree Hotel, Whitefield, Bengaluru
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... side of the temple pool. The monsoons had left us with scenic trail with big rocks and new grass in between. Jokes from schooldays kept us entertained during the small trek to the top
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... of Nainital revolves around the lake of Naini. But there are few other lakes around Nainital which are equally beautiful and attractive as the Naini lake.
River Ramganga originates from the Doodha Tauli ranges in district Pauri Garhwal. It enters into district Nainital, before re-entering into district Pauri Garhwal.
Nainital was discovered in 1841 by a Britisher called Lord Barron. The weather, the surrounding and the ...
... clothes as their present was amazing to see in comparison to the laundry list of things people (including myself) often ask for Christmas.
After walking around what we thought was the temple and never finding the Bull statue that gives the Bull Temple its name, we asked someone where the temple was, only to find that it was located further down the street...so we walked there also.
We learned a key piece of advice here: When Indians say "Its a short walk"...it ...
... s high society hang out to be spotted sipping on the macchiato. The hotel next to the mall was also incredibly beautiful which we wondered around and it had the most beautiful colonial english bar with dark wooden paneling etc. In the evening Shanti and I went to a wonderful haute cuisine restaurant in a nearby hotel and I blabbered on to Shanti about Eldad and how much fun Hampi was but how things like that never last etc etc.
Although you can imagine it came as a bit of ...
... bull - the 2nd biggest in India) and Lalbagh botantical gardens. We also have enjoyed some local cuisine (which is usually such a huge problem being vegetarian when we have gone on holiday. Here we're spoilt for choice!) and bowling (during which Raj won as usual!). Raj also finally gets to play cricket in the warmth in India (something he has been looking forward to since we started to plan our round the world trip with Adithya). Temperature 27 ...