Club Mahindra Binsar Valley
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... Ram’s wife away to Lanka. Another looked like Marc Bolan which was ironic as having seen lots of religious artwork out here I now know where he got the ‘ride a white swan’ idea. We left after a few of these scenes were played out on stage, the last one seemingly showing the comic relief character thinking that Lord Ram’s wife had actually fallen for him which triggered much laughter and falling about in the audience.
... with views far and wide over the surrounding terraced hills. Even though it was just past midday we weren’t too sure how long it would take to reach the next guest house over the ridge above, so we decided to stay. We spent the afternoon soaking up the sun and chatting to the other groups of trekkers there some of whom we would see again over the days to come.
Day 2 – ...
... We bought some sweets in a nearby shop (somewhere between fudge and toffee) and looked round a pretty temple set right on the lake shore. The sun shone bright as we took a bicycle rickshaw back to our lodgings past holiday-makers splashing around in pedaloes on the lake.
The next morning we took an early bus to Bageshewar which is located higher in the mountains and is one of the last ...
... the 300m ascent on foot and slog it out for 45mins up the very steep road – bugger. Thankfully we met a nice local on the way who showed us a shortcut which was even steeper but saved us a bit of time and before we knew it we were sweating and panting atop the viewpoint. On clear days you can see panoramic Himalayan views including India’s tallest peak, Nanda Devi but given todays weather, we couldn’t see jack. That said, it was nice to see the ...
... were very health conscious so no meat or beer etc…
In the evening we took a stroll down the mall and checked out the bazaar which was busy and full of holidaying Indian families which was also a nice change from Rishikesh as we had had our fill of hippy dippy travellers by this point. Found a lovely restaurant called Sakley’s and spent the remainder of the evening reminiscing over ...