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Travel Blogs from Nahan
... thats what I like.
It seems that we are the only foreigners here. Maybe its just a little bit too quaint for most travellers. I don't suppose its changed so much from when the Britishers were here.
We had a look around the grander old Raj hotel next door, the Maurice, an old British institution and still all old style, suites twice the price of what we were paying, blinds and potted plants on the verandahs.
We had brunch, spicy thali style, in the ...
... br> Seeing emotions as mistaken is an error
Letting them be in their nature is the method
To find the non-dual state of Liberation,
Overcoming hope and fear is the result.”
‘Observe yourself to see if you have this knowledge in yourself.’
If you would like to read more I would really recommend good book:) -
'Wonders of the Natural Mind - the Essence of Dzogchen in the Native Bon Tradition of Tibet' ...
... destination for people from nearby Chandigarh, especially to escape the summer heat.
The Ros Common is a heritage colonial building, well situated on the Monkey Point road, away from the market, with lawns overlooking the valley below. After freshening up, we took a short walk to ...
... is only one direct bus to Kasauli at about 8.30am from Sector 43 bus stand.
However, you may take a local bus to Dharampur (almost every half an hour) – Rs 50 - $1 and from there change to a local bus to Kasauli or take a taxi (half an hour, $5-6)… or take a train from Chandigarh to Kalka and from Kalka local bus to Kasauli ...
... The easy climbing gradient of NH 22 was passť, this was steep. To add to the woes, the road was too narrow and had lots of gravels. This meant that whenever we would encounter any big vehicle we would have to stop and pull over to a side. How difficult it is to stop and then resume the climb, especially on a cycle and on a track strewn with gravels (which minimize traction) is something one can only experience and not convey through writing.