Hotel Snowcrests Manor
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... Gran went especially to the supermarket to get me one of those disgusting cinnamon swirls with currents. I’ve never liked cinnamon or currents, particularly when they’re swirled together, but out of sheer politeness, I forced with much shuddering something down my throat that wasn’t that healthy for me anyway. With a similar lack of choice here, the teacher now appearing more and more like an Indian version of my Gran, I had no option but to ...
We stopped so Peter could walk back and take pictures of the road
workers working at such a height in pretty tough conditions. They
collect rocks and break them apart with nothing other than
sledgehammers. When there is a guy using a spade, there is usually a
rope tied to the spade end and another guy will pull at the same time
thus equalizing the force pulling at the other side making a day of shoveling ...
... as nice. With Naomi and Sarah sleeping next to me I had men and women leaning on my head, shoulder and practically sitting on my lap at times. Luckily these instances didn't last for long periods of time but they were frequent. It was nice not to drive overnight for once as we were able to enjoy the scenic roads. Of course being mountainous the road twisted and turned and my legs had to work hard to keep me in my ...
... himself, and all he said as my eyes met him was "you're welcome."
If I ever return to India, I will start here, in Dharmsala. This is where the Dalai Lama lives, where the Tibetan government exile sits, and where 100,00 Tibetan refugees have poured in since the Chinese decided to invaded the World's highest platuea. Tibet's struggle is heart wrenching. Since the occupation, 1.2 million Tibetans have been killed through torture, labor camps, ...
... Across the street, a gaggle of scruffy, uniformed kids played a quick game of cricket before school. After eating, we busied ourselves re-attaching luggage racks, checking tyres, tightening brakes and ensuring the lights and indicators still worked. The chains were a little loose and dry, we’d need to get them oiled and adjusted before leaving the next day. With those tasks completed, we had an entire day free. Nothing to do; nowhere to be. Glorious. It ...
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- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking