Camper Holiday

Address: Village Sanawar,P.O. Sanawar, Solan, Himachal Pradesh, 173201, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Village Sanawar,P.O. Sanawar, Solan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Nek Chand's Rock Garden

      A travel blog entry by tonztosee on Aug 19, 2011

      3 comments, 17 photos

      The drive from Shimla to Rishikesh is quite long and so we decided to take a days break in Chandigarh, the youngest city of India, designed by LeCombusier. Well, we found the place rather square, designed for motor vehicles more than for pedestrians. There is less rubbish and more green space but, all in all, it is, in our opinion, lacking atmosphere.

      Still, it was worth ...

      A HIghway Crash and Clash

      A travel blog entry by markkacik on Apr 04, 2011

      4 photos

      ... luggage. He is a nice person who helped me with a luggage dilemma earlier. He doesn't deserve the heat he is getting. Finally the bus line owner is reached by mobile phone which is passed from one angry hand to another.

      1 1/2 hour later a van with "Ambulance" painted on the side pulls up and 2 policemen get out (Why the ambulance??). The are dressed more military-like wearing berets' and with stars on one mans shoulders. ...


      A travel blog entry by ulka on Aug 18, 2010

      17 photos

      ... man with shaven head who was wearing deep red and blue robes. We just glanced at each other, smiled and I immediately jumped into the moving bus. That was my introduction to the kind hospitality of monks & Tibetan people living in Dolanji. After only one day I felt like I was living there for weeks. Welcome smiles, kind hearts, good words and great sense of humor make this place very special.

      And of course, the teaching, rituals, ...

      Oh, the Himalayas

      A travel blog entry by firesquirrel on May 25, 2010

      3 comments, 21 photos

      ... monkeys running wild like trash bins and snatching things from people and are considered a big nuisance. Very cute though.

      There are foreigners around but all locals are very curious about pale faces. They are very friendly, smiling and saying hello, and staring. And staring. And staring some more. It's a bit weird at first. Another a bit discomforting cultural difference is the personal ...

      Rock garden and an armed guard

      A travel blog entry by carole91 on Oct 26, 2009

      1 comment

      ... this place so had some idea what to expect but the reality was even better. The guy's imagination to think of it and then to be able to complete it on such a scale is incredible. There were walls of rocks, one with water cascading over it, walkways, tunnels, bridges all made out of rocks and items he had found. Considering that most of it he did only by himself the scale is amazing. There are banks with tens and tens of sculptures of people, animals. All are ...