Royal Park Resort
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... we are looking more like we fit in now and the locals don’t seem to bother us, or we are just better at not making eye contact, who knows! Ha ha! We had been lucky enough to sample some amazing Indian sweets in the last week, and we’re given a firm recommendation to visit a particular and very famous cake shop when we were next in Delhi. Now from our point of view Indian sweets are, well, not always that tasty, but we had been introduced to a wonderful ...
... is a new culvert being built across the road and we have to take to the sandy detour in which two people tipped off. We stop for lunch at another tent cluster although they have difficulty feeding the group and we have to spread across three tents and then it's still slim pickings. Mine was omelette rolled up in a chapati, a Kit Kat and half a bottle of water. The good road stops before we start climbing the Taglang La (Pass), at 5,328m (17,483 ft) ...
... summers, the rope-way is used to take the tourists for paragliding, in winters its used as a ski lift. The rope way is truly state of the art German engineering. The meticulously designed gears are operated by a motor to move the cable car precisely. After reaching the top, we walked down a little to reveal the edge of a steep mountain. That was the place we were supposed to start. The guide made us repeat this "If I don't run, I fall". He made us repeat this thrice ...
... in McLeod Ganj. The most important Buddhist site in the town is Tsuglagkhang or Tsuglag Khang, the Dalai Lama's temple
10/13 -28 Dharamsala
DISCOVERING THE GREEN HOTEL - 800 Rs
In the morning, Dave scoured the various sections of the small town for other hotel options. Most places around charge from 250 Rs to 450 Rs ($4.70 to $8.40) per night. Dave came back and said we’re moving. He showed ...
... our back but, on the other hand, it would almost certainly make for a very long day. Crossing the pass in the afternoon when we were tired and when it would probably be thick with traffic didn’t seem wise. A better option would be to rest up, wait a day and tackle it with a good night’s sleep. In the meantime, we’d have to cross our fingers that the weather stayed fine and dry. In retrospect, this wouldn’t be the most stress-free decision of our ...