Dream Land Home Stay

Address: Near Sai Baba Temple, Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh, 173201, India | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Near Sai Baba Temple, Kasauli.
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      Travel Blogs from Kasauli

      Run To The Hills or Pee On My Foot

      A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 19, 2015

      45 photos

      ... where men don't give a toss if they hit the hole or not, a squat toilet that has been fermenting in the morning sun while delayed for 4 hours. Are we getting my drift.

      When in India I wear 3/4 linen trousers and Birkenstocks every day unless it's uneven terrain or motorbikes then it's trainers.

      The toilet itself was small, small is good for squat loos cos you can use your elbows for support to squat lower while holding the back of your trousers ...

      A Winding Road to a Colonial Hill Station

      A travel blog entry by wareameye on Aug 08, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      We're out of our hotel at exactly 6:45, and we load into the bus to discover that our breakfast boxes contain an EMPTY coffee cup. This simply will not do, and even though we have a train to catch we take the cups back inside to get coffee. There is an espresso man at the front door, and even though we could have filled all of them quicker by running down to the restaurant floor, he insists upon brewing all through his machine. The race is on ...

      The road to Amritsar

      A travel blog entry by wanderwall on Jul 26, 2014

      ... It was so green and the streets were very lively. It was such a different type of road. It was a mix between farmland, forestry trees, and a city with stands and lots of people. Beautiful! Driving in the city of Amritsar is an experience in itself. You are being warned now.. Only the bravest of people should experience this. The roads are so narrow that cars barley fit. But there are cars who do park on the side, autorickshaws that go bouncing through the bumpy ...

      Bring on the Kasauli 5000!

      A travel blog entry by lcdp on Mar 27, 2014

      10 photos

      ... around the dogs that claimed the sunny spot on the road or the monkeys that dashed out to collect the latest offerings dropped onto their supermarket counter. Towards the last 20 kms we got closer to Sanawar which is where Mum and Dad's old school is situated. On this very narrow, steep, winding, road the rain started to fall and we were greeted with a never-ending stream of white SUVs dashing down the hill; parents taking their kids home ...

      Chuk - Chuk -Chuk

      A travel blog entry by kasturi on May 26, 2012

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... the progress, I noticed scenario around me was experiencing some change. As “The Time” was approaching, more and more hep crowd was flocking around me. Actually they were all waiting for the same train that I was about to board – “Shatabdi Express”. I noticed some real tall and well built Sardarjees with a little grey in their beard (well I cannot tell about the hairs as they were all wrapped up in colourful turbans); some gracefully growing ...