Galleu Hill Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
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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 ...
... heritage sites. we were standing outside noting that the guided tour was in 45 minutes when the director of the theatre came over to us and insisted on showing us round personally and explaining everything about it. the theatre holds 300 people and is tiny but a perfect example of a Victorian gothic theatre.Upstairs in a side gallery there were photos of all the plays including a picture of Rudyard Kipling performing in the very first play "what he wrote" that was performed.He ...
... until and indian man goes over with a stick and gets the glasses back for me (of course asking for 20 rupees). The British guy I met's staying in a hotel that costs 3000 rupees per night. He has to go back to get something from his room and I tag along to see what the place is like. For the equivalent of £30 he has a huge room, double bed and attached bathroom, the decor is perfect old school colonial design. When we signal for ...
... rivers cut out gorges in the landscape, breathing life into the green collage of dense rain forest. Then come the tea fields of Nuwara Eliya. From the disorderly forest, rows of endless tea plants emerge, hugging the curvaceous contours of the nutrient rich slopes. The scale on which these tea plantations are cultivated is matched only by their linear, symmetrical beauty. You'll find yourself wanting to leap out the train onto these luscious tea tapestries. HOSPITALITY 7 ...
... station, now set on finding a way out of the hugely populated hill city.
The police post was lit up and the friendly police there told us the time of the next bus to go near Kasauli and invited us to sit with them, away from the prying eyes of the loitering men. They even insisted on feeding us lots of food.
There were three policemen, all sharing night duty, one permanently at the desk and two resting in the back room, ...