The Manu Maharani Hotel, Nainital
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... dusk fell, the coach finally arrived at Haldwani where half-a-dozen taxi drivers claimed that they had been sent to meet us. Fortunately, just one of them mentioned the magic word “Bhimtal” and, although he had no English, he had the presence of mind to phone Padmini Smetacek who confirmed to us that we had indeed met the right driver whom she had sent to meet us. Within an hour we had arrived safely at her beautiful Bimtal home high up in the forest of ...
... the bus stop, I was helped out by a willing Nepali on a bicycle, walking the stretch with me, carrying the bags. Offer of some thank-you money was declined. People I can call local friends by now have helped me out numerous times sorting out and buying stuff. It quickened the process considerably and kept the prices down. I own them lots of thank you's…. a thing you are not allowed to say to a friend in Nepal, as it is considered logical that friends help ...
... by homesick Brits reminded of the Cumbrian Lake District). Now imagine, a steep valley packed with hotels; brightly painted gondola-like boats* and dragon pedalos forming flotillas; and candy floss, lots of candy floss**. That just about sums up Nainital. Oh, and to add to the holiday atmosphere, there's a cable car which runs up to Snow View -- which (on a clear day) has panoramic Himalayan views -- and a mini amusement ...
... then soon realised they might want us to some up with a song. We were racking our brains for a song to sing but we couldn't think of the lyrics to one single song so we settled on 'Hukuna Matata' from the lion king. Thankfully it got to late to sing and me and mum went to bed, was very funny though. That night was soooo cold! Snow was on the ground when we woke up the next morning. We had our breakfast of porridge, 6 rounds of toast and 2 large omelettes ( to say they are feeders ...
Today we got off to a slow start - morning on the Ganges, a look at a Jain temple, then onto the road for what should have been a relatively easy drive. We got caught at a number of train crossings, in one political rally in a city, and got dead-ended at an unfinished bridge, so arrived in Corbett National Park at sunset. Just a few pictures from the road ...