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 ...
... place but it outlines the history of Tibet with most of the emphasis on post Chinese invasion events. One part is dedicated to all the monks who have immolated themselves in protest of the way Tibetans have been tricked and mistreated by the Chinese government. The pictures and details of around 100 monks who set themselves on fire to draw attention to the cause are displayed here, some of which actually include the photos of them burning alive. In the end ...
... 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 ...
Since we last wrote we have had a lovely long weekend in Singapore with great friends who live there and visited the Golden Temple in Amritsar, centre of the Sikh religion. Yet again, a famous and much photographed heritage site did not fail to impress. The Golden Temple really was stunning. Like Hinduism, Sikhism really is a very gentle and inclusive religion. We were told by a gentleman who takes it upon himself to educate foreigners about the temple that "this is your ...