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... anything between Rs. 6,500-7,500 One can not hold the ecstasy of visiting the Khardungla pass situated at an altitude of 18,380 ft en route the Nubra valley. This being the world's highest motorable road is a landmark and actually gives a high, specially if at all one plans to visit on bikes. There could be a deficiency of oxygen in this region and there are health warnings that staying for more than 20 minutes can be injurious. If you think you could get ...
... saw we refused to get out he eventually took us into sector 22 in town. It was an expensive city with the cheapest guesthouse 5x the price of Rishikesh so I was glad to have found someone to share with. It was pretty luxurious though, meaning we were actually provided with toilet roll and a bar of soap! Starving by his point we took a walk down the street and were rewarded with a load of chicken places! I ordered a half size chicken curry and tandoori roti. When it came ...
... to get involved with this and hold their place. Traffic is already whizzing by in the outer lane blowing their horns to clear the way.
The passengers of the damaged cars gather their wits, inspect their vehicles and appraise the situation but the bus driver seems unsure what to do. A crowd starts to gather.
The other drivers start talking. Voices gradually raise and hands are waving about. Now the bus ...
... men were using these beauty sports was far from giving me peace. As at Hardwar, so at Rishikesh, people dirtied the roads and the fair banks of the Ganges. They did not even hesitate to desecrate the sacred water of the Ganges. It filled me with agony to see people performing natural functions on the thoroughfares and river banks, when they could easily have gone a little farther away from public haunts."
I had been hesitant to make this criticism, ...
... on a kind of ridge you have great views on both sides, the whole town dropping away on one side, and a lne of jagged himalayan peaks of the other. Victorian era English architechture is everywhere in Shmla also, from the whitewashed church and grand mansion type post office and town hall buildings on the mall, to the imposing summer houses built by various colonial civil servants dotted around the town. It all gives Shimla a kind of picture postcard British feel to ...
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