Hotel Mountain Top
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... dam we climbed high up the steep side of the lake to about 300m above the water. There was a lot of evidence on the road of land slippage and I feel the risk of a major landslide into the dam is quite high. The consequences can be catastrophic with dam failure in the worst scenario. Quite a lot of wildlife today. Apart from the many cows I saw a team of pack horses laden up with heavy saddlebags, some donkeys, an elderly lady herding a flock of perhaps 30 goats along the side ...
... I'd seen hoping it would take me to the top of the waterfall. It did and also opened up a wonderful view up the mountains towards the source of the river; a path ran next to it so off I set to see if there were any more hidden gems of nature along the way. I'd gone about a km when the path just stopped, essentially guiding me into the river itself. The flow of water was gentle and although cascading through boulders down a steep incline there was plenty ...
... the backseat and introduce himself as Dan from Cornwall, before waddling off to tend to some chronic diarrhoea. Not the best day for it, poor sod.
The sun eventually won out over the clouds and, reflected on all sides by the steep sided valleys, roasted our little van nicely. Our wheels were rarely more than a few feet from where the mountainside plunged away past the edge of the road, and often disappeared from view entirely as we edged our way past a rockfall ...
After a good few days cooped up in Shimla we decide we need to see more of these hills and are intrigued by Manali further North than the capital Shimla. Our guidebook boasts a haven in the hills with breathtaking mountain views and a good backpacker vibe with lots of cheap eateries and bars.Beer in the hills i can do with.Arriving in the centre after the bumpiest but best bus ride ever were squashed in the back with three quite large Indian ...
... building which is right at the top of a valley. The view from our balcony is gorgeous and it is a lovely place to sit and read or play the guitar (Tom, not me!) and just live for a while. It's nice having a kitchen so we can cook ourselves the odd meal, although eating out is dirt cheap. About 3 pounds for us both to have a main course and a drink. But still, you don't want to eat in restaurants all the time so having the option to cook is very welcome. We are about to head ...