Baikunth Resort Kasauli
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... which here means prostitute.) . Noisy as ..... They beep squeak bark and hoot incessantly . The only rule of the road here seems to be 'give way to your right but only if you really have to' . There are thousands of them here, and we share the road with cars, motorbikes,trucks buses, bicycle rickshaws,hand carts feral dogs, monkeys, pedestrians and naturally the sacred cows which roam freely. Next day our tour begins ...
... settlers on this land. Chandigarh was the first planned city in India. So because of this, the original settlers were sort of kicked out. This was a tribute to them and everything was made out of the rubble left behind. It was a really great place. I was just having such heat exhaustion I was not getting as much out of it as I could have. It was crazy beautiful though. There were big wooden swings that were incredible! And people ...
... asked to contribute.
After the school visit we drove back to Kasauli and decided to visit Mankt (Monkey) Point and the temple there. What we didn't know at the time is that this point is also the training home to the Air Force, and to enter to visit the temple one had to pass certain checkpoints, have passports, fill out detailed forms etc. So after having my anatomy double checked for terrorist objects and my ...
... bazaars along tiny streets, still noise and mess and busyness. The really interesting bit about Chandigargh is one man's reaction to all these city grids ploughing through his homeland, razing villages and replacing old crooked paths with die straight highways. Nek Chand began work on a rock garden. He used rubble and concrete and waste from the city to create something that has become a sort of wonderland, with waterfalls topped by naive figures, tiny huts seen ...
... of the best places in town to view the snowy tops of the Western Himalayas.
In keeping with Shimla's British heritage, one of the last things we did there was to visit the Cecil Hotel (the first in the Oberoi chain) for afternoon tea, followed by a glass of Indian wine (nicer than it sounds!). After having recharged our batteries, it was time to go back to the heat of the plains and head south to Kerala via an overnight stop in ...