Club Mahindra Mashobra
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The most amazing experience, breathtaking views from every corner, interiors and decor was very appealing and unique , lot of details to theme of British era and beautiful canvas paintings put up on display. Delicious breakfast with good variety of choices. Attentive and smiling staff and very lively atmosphere in the fun zone
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Hugged by tall,lush pine trees from all around:This is Shimla. Pleasant,cool and green. This is the ideal place for me- green mountains, great heights,living close to the sky and collecting pines. The weather gives you an instant mood swing, the feeling like you are falling in love. It makes you feel warm and cosy and adventurous as well, naughty …
... aback by Lee insisting we have the seats we paid for and the people sitting in them can have the ****** seats given its much easier for Indians to buy tickets. Go Lee, I was impressed.
The journey was spectacular, the photos albeit just snaps portray just how stunning and beautiful this country is. It was very hair raising in parts, I have to say. With sheer drops at every turn. We had breakfast served on the train at a station halfway. Lovely ...
Next day, I woke up early and by 7:30 I left to Khatnol in the taxi I boarded from Old Bus stand. It felt comfortable after running here & there for buses. The road from Shimla to a place called Baldeyan is in good condition. However after that, the road condition is not so good and at some places, the road is too narrow. We had to reverse our car from couple of sharp turns so that the oncoming buses can pass as the road ...
I had to satisfy my curiosity as to where the shortcut path actually led, so this morning I tried to follow the path in reverse to see how far I could get and indeed whether I would join up with the route my guide-porter took me on yesterday. Not having a guide today, I told myself that as soon as I might have trouble retracing my steps I would turn back.
Asking around, I easily found the path down to the bridge (actually a pair of bridges) that my ...
Today I was planning to hike back to Barsheni, starting along the south side of the Parvati Valley, crossing over a bridge, then continuing along the north side of the valley. This would take about 2½ hours (if I stuck to the main path this time!). I wouldn't need a guide; many people do this hike each day. However I wanted to do a longer hike than this, and was contemplating making a detour to Tosh, north of Barsheni and situated on the western side of a ...