Snow Valley Resorts
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Concierge desk
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... that keeps prying eyes out. I read about how men sometimes attempts to peak but at the moment there weren't any. I was infinitely glad that I decided to wear my bathing suit inside and thus there was no big decisions to make here. I was soaking in the water in no time. On the far corner of the tub sulphur water that is pleasantly hot pours into the tub via a PVC pipe. People hang their buckets on the pipe so they can use a cup and wash themselves with clean water. ...
... use of any space to play their beloved game, although the dappled shade through the trees didn’t offer them much light.
Once we got down to the taxi stand we popped in a tuk tuk for a 3km ride north to the village of Vashisht. At the top of the village is an interesting little wooden Hindu temple called Vashisht Mandir with some open air hot springs next door. We ...
... br> Arriving in Mcleod Ganj, I instantly felt a difference in the atmosphere. Stepping off the airplane, my lungs inhaled deeply as the fresh air was a welcoming surprise. Compared to the emission filled streets of Bangalore or Goa, it was a noticeable difference. After an hour taxi ride to the hotel, I was full of energy, and the sense of adventure I had felt a lack of in the other regions of India was back. I decided to go for a walk, and ten minutes turned into two and a ...
... bit of everything the area had to offer, this is what we got up to…
Triund Hill Determined to keep our trekking passion alive after Nepal we decided to hike to the top of Triund Hill. It’s a pleasant 9km climb that first takes you through a forest where troops of Macaques (monkeys) can be spotted, playing together and searching for food. They are curious little creatures always coming in for a closer inspection. We continued ...
... road in the world, and by the top it was snowing a lot and..... Our windscreen wipers broke! Flew down the other side in darkness and can't see a sodding thing, we both agree, after the tiger incident, this, has been the most extended time we have both felt close to death! Still no wipers, and now rock falls with dustbin sized boulders in the middle of the road, we are blazing in the sleat and now rain up to leh..... Bang, hit a boulder! Hole In the gearbox mount thingy, ...