No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Kasauli
... has those nice colloured houses.
on our way back we visit the monkey temple , from ofcourse hanuman the monkey god.
but if this god exept those small thiefs pff. well i tell you what happend. of course you know what out whit monkeys they steal. so i put everything inside my bag. and sudenly i feel them in my neck and as fast i feel it as fast it is gone with my glasses. i was shouting and amazed aswell.so afrqaid that i will lose ...
... day and the night. And let me tell you that don`t just visit golden temple during the day..nor just visit it at night..i urge you to stay in Amritsar the whole day and go to the temple TWICE! Both are completely different experiences and debating which experience is better is like debating whether Paris looks better during the day or at night. I also paid a visit to the Jallianwala bagh and learnt about the gutsy Shaheed Udham Singh.
I awoke to monkey madness, they were running over the roofs, clattering and battering, knocking chairs over on the verandah and scrapping with each other.
Early morning films on telly included Nick and Norahs Infinite Playlist, Three Men and a Little Lady and Alice in Wonderland.
All day Rosina was content to hang out in the room watching a long stream of films, but I wanted to see the daylight so I left the children to their own ...
... two Indian men get out of their truck holding the back of their heads. A 60 year old Sikh man, dressed white with a white turban slowly crawls out of his car with obvious discomfort.
We are in the inner lane on a remote unlit section of a 4 lane highway with a curb separating the directions and there is a local carnival in its final hour lit up to our side. Within sight are two local police directing carnival traffic and they ...
Now we run towards the coolness of the mountains – via an 18 hour train journey to Chandigarh, where we plan to rest for the night, and then to continue by bus to Dharamasala. We board the train, and as we sit and wait for departure we are surrounded by beggars, each with beseeching eyes and filthy patting hands – I give coins, not sure what difference it will make – we are told to ignore and refuse ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?