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Old 4th October 2015, 13:53   #16
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Hey Aniket, thank you for this lovely thread. I found this place because of your thread and absolutely loved it. I reached there a few days after you left, and was quite sad to not find the dogs. The day we were leaving, Christopher and his wife were going to get some dogs from the village. So, hopefully HTH is no longer dogless.
Oh that's wonderful. Both the fact that you liked HTH and that they're getting more dogs. Christopher generally asks how you knew about the place. Did you mention me?

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Haven't had the time to compose a travelogue so sharing one pic of HTH here. Hope that's fine.
That's absolutely fine. Unless you plan to compose a travelogue, you're welcome to post as many pics as you like here.
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Lovely travelogue Sir, and lovely pics as usual. How are you doing? Still have the Verna?
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Lovely travelogue Sir, and lovely pics as usual. How are you doing? Still have the Verna?
Sorry for the late reply, Saurabh Da. How are you doing? Are you in Kolkata?

Thank you for the compliments. Yes, I still have the Verna. 7 years and 108K kms, and still going strong.
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I am in Canada now and badly missing my India travels and long drives.
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Thanks a lot. Can an old alto make it there from Delhi? Is there a lot of hill driving involved? The only hill driving experience I have is in Lansdowne. Thanks
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Thanks a lot. Can an old alto make it there from Delhi? Is there a lot of hill driving involved? The only hill driving experience I have is in Lansdowne. Thanks
Yes it certainly can. The total distance is about 520kms, of which approximately 175 kms is hill driving. Swarghat Bilaspur Sunder Nagar Mandi Aut Gushaini comprises the hill section. Its a relatively easy hill section, provided you have the stamina.
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