The Wild Crest
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... favourite bits and discussing what we'd like to do if we returned. Back to the northern end of the lake we jumped in a lovely swan pedalo and for Rp150 each took our majestic craft out for a jaunt on the lake for an hour. It sort of reminded us of hiring pedalos at Peasholm Park back in Scarborough and we thought it would be a more peaceful way to enjoy the lake – nope – the lake is very busy with brightly coloured gondola type boats punting folk about ...
... fittingly eating our favourite curry of the trip (kadai chicken) – feels weird that we’ve only got one more full day left in India. On the walk back to the hotel we met a very well spoken guy called Hasan Mumtaz who invited us to go to the Nainital boathouse club and even offered to sign us in as the temporary membership is pretty steep, alas we were stuffed but suggested we may meet him tomorrow ...
... for our inspection. Finally in desperation, David suggested that he might need a made-to-measure suit; was that possible? Indeed, yes, it was. “ I am making you a suit for tomorrow”. Material? design? “Material, design no problem!” Many smiles, but no indication how we were to proceed. Eventually, after considerable, smiling agreements, it was understood that we needed to choose a material and design before they made the suit. ...
... that of Inder (tandoori chef) and Surender (grill chef) and our lunchtime waiter at Jim’s Grill, the lovely, ever-smiling, Puran should be included in my blog. Given the high standard of cuisine and service, this is the very least I can do.
The walk back to our cottage each evening through the lighted garden is an experience in itself. The heavy perfume of the night-scented jasmine is almost overpowering in the still air, providing a fitting end to another perfect ...
... in the lakes of Nainital and we felt that Philippa’s lake was the idea bathing spot for this English water nymph.
Our next lake, Sattal, was equally beautiful, but larger. This time, we were able to drive to a small tourist spot with restaurants under the trees, and little wooden rowing boats drawn up on the beach. Carefully, we stepped into our seat under the stern canopy and allowed our boatman to row us out and ...