Travel Blogs from Kasauli
... or scratches come , if you lose youre camera its bad but if i lose my glasses i can not see.
so a man came to fetch the monkey with food and luckly ive got it safe back. but i guess its all monkey buisness because the thies know they got food if they steal something and the man got money. so its all buisness. but why with me?.
i had to continue the temple without glasses on grmbl.
its getting colder and colder here , in the ...
... 24/7. Tobias, n JJ just think about whether you could cope with that. The school is a self contained community, away from any other towns, (there are some close by) Located in the foothills of the Himalayan Ranges, it gets cold here at night and in the mornings, although there is no snow at present. It is a pristine and extremely beautiful environment. The school itself is 160 years old, and reminds us of Hogwarts out of Harry Potter. The snow covered peaks of the Himalayas ...
It was the summer of 2011..my college life had come to an end. This is supposed to be the end of the best phase of most people`s lives.The time when people get emotional..when people go into a phase of uncertainty not knowing if they will still continue to be in touch with their best buds from college. But as far back as i can remember i was never like most people. My college life was dreadful.
Fortunately(Actually unfortunately..although i will get ...
... with Abishekh, seeking out a guest house, an impossibility really at such an early hour of the morning. As neither Abishekh or I had any change he was compelled really to help us out though did it in good spirits.
After an hour or so of banging on guest house doors and getting no response, we discovered signs of life at the Hotel R Maidens on the Lower Mall, found there a man even to change my 1,000 rupee note, and a chance ...
... Range. Each corner produces ever greater expanses of valleys shadowed by breathtaking mountain peaks. Deodar forests descend the cliffs and encapsulate cozy villages that seem to be clinging to the mountains with a spider-like grip. The blue-gray mountains blend in with the clear blue sky, making it hard to see where one ends and the next begins. On our way to Dharamshala we dipped into a lush valley filled with fruit tree orchards ...
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