V Resorts Sattal
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... at the house and the five of us shared a meal prepared by the resident cook of chicken (only our 3rd meat dish since being in India!) , curried vegetables, dhal and rice – all of it delicious and in great company too! Over dinner Sunil told us about the solar power consultancy business he was setting up and Sanjay invited us to stay with his family in Delhi before we leave India which we will definitely take him up on. After dinner we ...
... along the lake shore. The upper town has an area called ‘The Flats’ where a landslide buried a hotel and its residents many years ago. There are no new buildings there and apparently sports events take place on the site. Reminders of the Raj are all around. The ‘Imperial’ cinema is now home to a number of clothes shops and an Anglican church now houses a fruit and ...
... sooner or later. His solution however, was to drive back the way we'd just came (where there definitely weren't any fuel stations). I tried to tell him this but the earphones were back in, and if I prodded him, he wouldn't move or speak. Best leave him, I thought. We'll get to Ramnagar eventually, even with his frequent pit stops. Another few more stops though and my patience was beginning to wear a little thin but I was ready this time. Having made sure I had all my stuff packed ...
... had a few occasions whereby Indian families would paddle up to us for a photo with the white people!
Back on dry land we took another walk down the mall and sat in The Embassy restaurant for lunch and a spot of people watching. In the afternoon after a bit of blog updating we decided to checkout the Snow View lookout point which sits above Nainital at 2270m. Initially we tried to get on the cable car but apparently all seats for the day were sold so had ...
... fittingly eating our favourite curry of the trip (kadai chicken) – feels weird that we’ve only got one more full day left in India. On the walk back to the hotel we met a very well spoken guy called Hasan Mumtaz who invited us to go to the Nainital boathouse club and even offered to sign us in as the temporary membership is pretty steep, alas we were stuffed but suggested we may meet him tomorrow ...