Galleu Hill Resort
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Leah and I have both officially begun what we affectionately refer to at ‘the India diet’. An unpleasant weight loss plan that naturally occurs from our travels in India. This round of illness hit me worse than Leah and she was my saviour on our travel day leaving Rishikesh. After a very rough night and morning it was hit or miss as to weather or not we would leave at all. The decision was made for us when we could not change our hotel reservations in ...
... the macaques who climb and scamper about without any concern .Of particular interest was the Gaiety theatre built in 1887 at the same time as the town hall next door. It was where the British am/dram performed to keep themselves amused during the raj but sadly fell into disrepair after independence. Michael Palin visited during one of his travel programmes and indeed performed there and now it has been brilliantly restored he is due to return in a year or so when it is added to ...
... into the sides of the hills giving stunning views of the surrounding valley.
Prior to arriving at our hotel, we wandered through the town that featured an odd array of buildings with a mixture of Indian and British (or even Swiss/Austrian) overtones.
Next morning got up and went for a walk through a lovely, forested residential area on our way towards the Hanuman Temple. Over the next ...
... enthusiast. The coast serves up good swell and mouthwatering point breaks for surfers and kiters alike. Smooth road surfaces await keen cyclists, and rugged paths, made for the trail runner, linger in the forests. If trekking tickles your fancy, strap on a backpack and head up any of the towering peaks, the reward coming in the form of exhilarating, endless vistas. If photography fascinates you, there are a million moments a day for you to capture. Both the landscape and ...
... jump up in a flash in time of need. They told us how the men of the night got drunk and ultimatly brawls would erupt. Their job was to sort all this out and keep the peace.
One of the policemen was young and exceptionally handsome in his uniform, then there was the gentlemanly fellow of a kind heart who had looked out for our welfare, and the third, more of the brute, wielding his stick with extra strength and fervour to keep ...