The Royal Hotel
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... days to come, although sadly we would not be able to witness it.
We did catch some of the Ramlila festivities in Nainital though where we spent two days mostly indoors as the fog had descended on the lake but it meant we could catch up on e-mails etc and drink beer! A stage had been erected by the lake with lots of chairs set out in front. We sat down and listened to the same Hindi tune being played over and over whilst the sound ...
... KMVN (the Uttarakhand government agency Kumaon Mandal Vikas ****m) tourist bungalow, a downbeat concrete affair, where the staff were in the reception area watching India play South Africa at cricket on a TV in the corner. One of them, Manoj (a very enthusiastic young man) booked us in whilst another offered us his guiding services to the Pindari glacier (for this is where we are headed next). We ...
... I could think of with the word useless in between each two. I gave the petrol wallahs their 500 rupees ( I knew it would come out of their pay if someone didnt give them the money), and (seeing as we'd now been driving 6 hours for a 3 hour journey and not even made it halfway) threatened Sanjay that he really ought to get me to Ramnagar, or else. I hoped he would notice the threat and get me to where I wanted to go as I had no idea what 'or else' really meant. He seemed to ...
... under construction. The views of the Himalayas from the shrine on one side and the completely flat river valley on the other though were outstanding. Following the road heading west out of Tansen later on to check out the surrounding villages, I spotted a golden topped temple on top of a large hill in the distance and decided I had to climb up there. Up at the top, I was met by the small hindu temple and a great backdrop of the surrounding hills on all sides below. Eventually ...
Up nice and casual for breakfast at the hotel as it had rained overnight and was still spitting this morning so we waited it out for a couple of hours. Set off for a walk around the Naini lake which only took about an hour and was not exactly the most serene of strolls what with all the car horns honking but this is India and car horns are just part of everyday life. It did get quieter around the southern side so we ambled along going over our India adventure, picking ...