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Travel Blogs from Kasauli
... of an employee to order tea to drink on the lawn the hotel guy literally runs over to offer his services. The back garden overlooks the rolling hills and Himalayan mountains and I feel completely relaxed. I was half considering heading to the travellers spot Manali but my new friend tells me there's been a couple tourist murders there recently and so I decide to avoid it. I also consider a short trek but this isn't the best place for ...
Lovely sunny day greets us, no doubt to help me climb that little mountain to visit the Monkey God who has stood outlooking over Shimla since 2010. He stands at 108 feet tall, striking orange, and at a nose-bleeding altitude of 8100 feet, which beats the statue in Rio at a paltry 98 feet at 2296 height. So be impressed, I walked up the hundreds of steps (all made for a person who is at least 6 feet tall), up roads of ...
... off to join the British army having been well trained in the army life he had experienced at this school.
Today we visited the school to fill in the gaps of Dad's stories. The school is situated on a hilltop and like Indian towns in the hills, rambles along many ridges causing one to have to climb up or down to classrooms. dorms, canteens etc. It is certainly for the fit, so Mark & I looked decidely out ...
... jam-packed and polluted. However it does share the persistent Indian scourges of litter being strewn about, or piled up in places but not actually being removed; similarly with piles of rubble; fading paintwork and blackened concrete on some of the buildings; and poverty and homelessness, albeit to a lesser extent than in most Indian cities.
Anyway I headed to the artificial Sukhna Lake, where I had some lunch and then strolled ...
... the bottom. There they would climb back into the tree and start the whole process over again. This continued and kept me entertained for a good portion of the football match that had Kian absorbed. Then I did something that I know is very, very bad, but I beg you not to judge me. There was a thick ledge outside our window, close to the aforementioned tree. I carefully placed two small peaches on the ledge then locked our windows securely. Sure enough, ...
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