Kufri Holiday Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Out on the street again we follow vishal through the organised chaos that is old Delhi towards Chandri Chowk . This is the area of silver smiths although we never saw any silver, as we were swept along , amidst a sea of vehicles and swarms of people. Here the old and the new converge in a blaze of colour, dilapidated buildings, twisted knots of power wires that make you wonder why people are not killed by ...
... enough to get it done easily. While we were seated, we could actually see people waiting for a table in this lavish and cozy place which serves both vegetarian and non vegetarian food items. They serve Tibetan, Thai, Chinese, Continental and Indian dishes. Other restaurants to try for are Bon Appetit, Gesmo Restaurant and the German Bakery.
On having experienced HEAVENLY BLISS, we finally decided to bid adieu to Ladakh finally on 29th June. This time we decided ...
... hill town (at 2400 m) and the Indian equivalent to Banff, with lots of Indian tourists. Traffic was a mess and we left the truck below the town and taxied to our hotel, getting in at 7 p.m. Out for a rather uninspiring dinner at one of the fancier tourist restaurants here and to bed early after some tiring days. Still coughing and with a plugged head, so my ears were cracking all day long going up and down ...
... 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 ...
... ground floor. It was quite an effort going through those narrow openings. People in those days must have been remarkably small built, or very agile, or perhaps both. On the top floor, the wood columns bore old carvings. Metal cast idols of the deities in the typical local style, were placed at one end of the room where they ...