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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... India's cricket bat industry. Had a good lunch just before going through the Jawahar Lal Tunnel, which was 2.5km long. Needed to stop before the tunnel to take my dark glasses off as the Enfield's lights aren't much good. In the afternoon we climbed up through forests to Patnitop, a hilltop settlement where the Brits used to escape when it got too hot in Delhi. Our hotel was called the Hotel Subhash Palace. It was ...
... that I would be sitting in such an out-of-the-way place drinking a tea enjoying this kind of scenery! It is so different than my normal life!!!! This is my idea of a vacation. Kim would rather be on a beach relaxing!! I have to admit that I am lucky to have someone who will put up with the adventures I take her on!! She always grouses about each adventure, but she loves to tell people about the hardships I make her endure!!
Our first pass ...
... my vacation coming to an end and I am back to my working cycle in Doha. Now that I had made up my mind that I have to go to Leh I sit with my friends over sheesha telling them about this place and one of them knew about it and other was also in the plan, so 2 of my friends and me decided to go on this trip in the month of August combining our annual holidays with the Eid Holidays to get a good number of days. Being in a sales organization you have to fight for your ...
... dal, vegetables and curd. Again at 7am for eggs and chapattis before setting out with a packed lunch. If you still need a snack there were parachute cafes (actual white parachute pitched like a tent providing shade) dotted between homestays serving hot masala chai and instant noodles. We met other trekkers, a group of 10 from Slovenia and mixed nationality guided groups, but unlike the jeep trips we met only one Indian tourist. Apparently, ...
... of climbers. One Canadian and one British guy
who had been climbing all around the world together for the last year
or so. Very interesting dudes. They were there to climb a peak nearby
that hadn't been attempted before.They had been all
throughout south America climbing and thought nothing of hanging on a
rock face with a couple of thousand feet below their bum. It made Peter
want to start climbing. The British guy also had his paraglider with