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Travel Blogs from Kasauli
... coming up with the most wonderful combinations. After a woman is married in India she wears about 6 inches of bangles on each arm for 6 months. Several of our students had these bracelets, just beautiful. Of course we also had to get henna tattoos. There were many young adult men on the sidewalks with books full of designs. I let our power shopper choose my design and then we rushed back to the hotel to get ready for the Culture Event night at the hospital auditorium. ...
... our two personal guides of sorts who I think were told to not let us out of their sight. Which was a good plan being we don't know the city but boy did those two have their work cut out for them. We were all over the place at the Rock Garden. It was so incredible. A huge labyrinth of rock paths, waterfalls and little caverns decorated with art recycled from trash. You have to see this to appreciate I think. We really enjoyed getting to know ...
... Now the policeman intently marches to the "Ambulance" reaches in, and pulls out a 4 foot carved hardwood stick and walks to the Sikh while loudly smacking the club on the ground. Fortunately the man rises and moves his protest to the curb.
The 60 people on the bus are told that a replacement bus is on its way. A half hour later it said that minivans will transport us, Yet another half hour later we are told local taxi's ...
... on that bus for 2 hours. lets just say we weren't the freshest smelling tourist in the town!!!!
we checked into the hotel and had no time to waste. we were back on the bus and off to get lunch. when we got off he bus, david one guy on the trip stepped on a dead rat just lying on the street. it was pretty gross no doubt! but guess where we went for lunch...MCDONALDS!!!! finally!!! it was weird because it was almost the same as our mcdonalds but not quite. the menu was ...
... more than a
train!! As we ever so painfully slowly clamber up into the mountains
it feels as though we are being given an intimate tour of mountain
life. Lyn, Richard and Adam are 3 of the 4 white faces on the train,
and it amazes me that people still have to travel like this to reach
their families. We see schoolchildren going to...then coming from
school, lines of men crouched along the track sipping chai, ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed