Kufri Holiday Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Kufri
... down the toilet with an illness. I was not confident I would make it, but I was sure as hell going to try. Our hotel owner and friend gave us a lift across the bridge in Rishikesh to the taxi stand on their scooters. The rain began to pour down as we crossed the bridge and the monsoon saw us out of Rishikesh in the same way that it welcomed us in. We took a taxi to the train station in Haridwar and waited patiently for the train. Leah taking the lead and navigating me ...
... us the central heating/aircon system in use before electricity and the viceroys private drawing room now an art gallery.All this cost a £1 for us both allowing photos and because he didn't have change he said pay me when you pass by which we did of course...how trusting. We also visited the C of E church which dominates the Ridge an open space where you can see both sides of the town including in the distance the snow on the Himalayas. Rudyard Kipling's dad designed and ...
... will throw them food and the people around the temple have learned that if you throw food at monkeys, tourists will pay you for getting you stuff back. Luckily, my driver warned me before getting out of the car so I stumbled my way around the temple with my glasses in my pocket. Several others from the group were not so lucky. Scott’s glasses were expertly pried off his head within seconds of getting out of the ...
... roam the undergrowth. If that's not enough, then scan the flora for some incredibly diverse and dynamic plant species. So what are you waiting for? If you flew 1st December, your return ticket to Colombo would be less than R9k. There are no visa requirements for South Africans. A beer is cheaper than downloading a song on iTunes. The weather is sublime. Best of all, the Sri Lankan's will welcome you like they would family. Don't put it on your bucket list; book the flight and start ...
... with Abishekh, seeking out a guest house, an impossibility really at such an early hour of the morning. As neither Abishekh or I had any change he was compelled really to help us out though did it in good spirits.
After an hour or so of banging on guest house doors and getting no response, we discovered signs of life at the Hotel R Maidens on the Lower Mall, found there a man even to change my 1,000 rupee note, and a chance ...