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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Gorakh Dibbi Just above the main temple room of Mata Jwala Ji, is the Rudra Kund , famously as the Gorakh Dibbi. At this Rudra kund, Maa Jwala is present in the form of Maa Anjana Jwala Ji Jyoti.1. Maa Mahakali Jwali Ji Maa Maha Kali. SHE is situated in front ...
... and joined other volunteers picking up rubbish for a morning. McLeod is, ironically, by far the cleanest place any of us has seen in India and do it felt a bit crazy doing it there but you are where you are I guess. After complaining bitterly about the amount of rubbish and the blight that it is, it felt good to do something about it. Even though McLeod seemed clean in comparison to the rest of India we must have filled a good 15-20 bin liners in just ...
... 8217;s second choice, the Yellow Hotel. This was a place I could call home for a while. We told them we would stay for 3 or 4 days and ended up staying 16.
HARDEST WORKING STAFF IN THE HIMALAYAS
Friendly staff: Bablu and Umesh from Bihar and Choekyi keep the place running smoothly.
Choekyi is the glue that holds Green Hotel and Restaurant together. She keeps track of all the room negotiations ...
... peaks; snow, which at lower elevations had melted into wide puddles or formed into rivers of run-off, lay deep and wet and uneven as we climbed towards the summit. Along the way, we saw a couple of tiny Maruti Suzuki sub-compacts stranded in the mud, their wheels buried, their occupants dispersed to points unknown. In a few areas, sections of the road had collapsed, reducing the already slick and narrow path to barely a single lane and ...
... br> Still, an entire afternoon off the bikes seemed like a great prospect. We hadn’t had one since returning from Khardung La 5 days ago and, in the interim, we’d logged big time in the saddle on some extremely challenging roads. We’d earned a break. Hell, we deserved one. The tent camp staff in Sarchu had given us a card for a hotel owned by a former employee. Conveniently located on the main road it looked decent, had hot showers and was ...