The Golden Palms Hotel & Spa, Sylverton
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... had discovered that allows people to take a variety of courses from well known universities – for free. A list of the available courses can be found here There happens to be a course called “Engaging India” starting later this month. And for my students in Bangkok, there is a course on writing English that started a few days ago that might be of interest to you. Thanks very much for this great tip, Michelle.
On the ...
... jump out and swim in the freezing waters and my bingo wings are worked to the max. Rafting is fun but they don’t tell you you’ll have to work for it! After the most exhausting day we sail through Lakshman Jhula , under the draw bridge and get off on a rocky shore. Having only consumed breakfast and done far more exercise than I’d planned my tummy is rumbling. We head to the recommended Little Buddha Cafe across the bride and after fighting monkeys, swerving ...
... views and a rock shaped like a Camel no less. After finding the road, which was being re-tarmaced we dodged the horse plop and beggars and just past the skip on fire with grazing cows was the view point. It was a good one and thankfully there was a nice shaded area with some benches to take it all in. Poorly I took a panoramic image of what we saw, attached, but it really doesn’t do it justice. Planning to head to Gun Hill a little later on, another good view points ...
... it across on her own, so I went to the middle of the road, took her by the arm, and delivered her to the side of the road – where she was promptly run over by a big truck. Just kidding about the truck part. As far as I know, she’s home safe now.
On the ride back up the mountain to Mussoorie, the bus was packed full, making for an unpleasant ride. I had elbows and rears all up in my face. During the ride, a girl sitting near me had finished ...
... 8217;t think I’ve ever seen a female employee. I think a hotel really does need a woman’s touch and I think India is losing out economically by underutilizing the abilities of such a large percentage of its population. (I almost said “of half its population”, but, as discussed before, women probably make up no more than 20% of the population here. At least that’s how it seems based on what you see in public.)