Black Mango Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... scenes continued and at last.........The 134km long beautiful...brilliant blue lake which shares it boundary with China is nothing less than a poet's creation of God's very own mosaic. One could even plan to stay in the camps around this saline lake or return. Keeping strict to our regular trend, we decided to return to explore the best part. The ever so yummy cuisines of the famous Tibetan Kitchen. One has to make an advance booking in order book a table. We ...
... Canteen, where I attempted to read some of a Hindi newspaper, able enough to suss out Obama in Hindi.
In the bazaar we shopped, new red flip flops to replace my holey ones, trousers for my littluns and a red watch for Rosina.
Then we were off exploring on the upper mall, strolling past old British houses set in well tended gardens. The houses had the old British names and the newer Indian tenants. Nowhere was there the trace of an old Britisher still living in ...
... stop over in Simla andit was late evening when we arrived there. But the places we checked to stay at were too grubby and nearly all full. A high price was demanded for the most slummy seedy of rooms, owing to this being the high holiday season. Though I'm sure some parts of Simla must have been beautiful what we were seeing in the dark night was too off putting.
It was close on midnight and in desperation we returned to ...
... 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 ...