Poornima Guest House
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... The girls themselves were lovely (and our favourite won- an environmental science student!) and the entertainment between segments was really great. Famous Tibetan musicians, a really cute 4 year-old boy singing with his dad on guitar, a few young girls singing , and a local band with 3 albums! The whole crowd sang along with the last band which was really nice. Well, end of the first week of prac and I'm exhausted. Bring on next week (and my ...
... o’clock in the evening, hair brushed, shirt and trousers, he looked so smart; his family were dressed up smartly as well and they gave me a massive present wrapped up neatly and with a bow. It was an A4 photo-frame with a Christian bible reference in it; it was so nice and thoughtful. Ravi is a true legend and such a lovely guy; I’ll definitely miss him. (Also can’t believe I forgot to get a photo!)
... Best hotel” in this area in 2011. It was the home of an Indian judge, under the British reign. It has been added on to, however we are in the older section. It hearkens back to the colonial times, yet, has TV’s in the rooms and attempts have been made to modernize it. The tropical climate here takes it’s toll on buildings. It’s quaint, but old. In our bathroom the drains do not have P traps. They just go straight down. And so, ...
... plus an extra 100 rupees. He doesn't do much but nod his head to himself. I'm left unsure of the generosity of my tip. Ah well. I look around the place and end up chatting to some Ozzy people. A girl and two guys. Well sound and about my age. They tell me they're staying up somewhere nearby and invite me. We stay chatting for a good while before going up to their guesthouse. It's a well nice place run by a German woman and English man couple. They charge only ...
... temples also adorned the outskirts of the lake.
Ghats on the north-western side of Rawalsar were home to shoals of frenzied fish who literally jumped out of the water to be fed on puffed rice by hordes of pilgrims. Resembling a curious cross between a cat fish and a carp, these aquatic monsters savagely wrestled and shoved to be the first to grab the food we offered.
From Lake Rewalsar we climbed steeply up a ridge to ...
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