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Travel Blogs from Kasauli
... scenes continued and at last.........The 134km long beautiful...brilliant blue lake which shares it boundary with China is nothing less than a poet's creation of God's very own mosaic. One could even plan to stay in the camps around this saline lake or return. Keeping strict to our regular trend, we decided to return to explore the best part. The ever so yummy cuisines of the famous Tibetan Kitchen. One has to make an advance booking in order book a table. We ...
... seems to be a higher class of people, even the beggars are more upmarket asking for 100 rupees rather than 10! Unfortunately although it's difficult to get lost, it's so big we needed to take rickshaws to get anywhere. The rock garden was pretty cool once we managed to get in after posing for photos for all the Indian tourists. That included one guy wearing a tshirt stating 'I hate girls' which I thought was a little ironic. The lake was small and dirty, the ...
... Gawd bless our driver, he was not especially forceful, and I guess being a tad on the older side of the other drivers on the road, he was pushed around abit which made for an even more interesting trip. He had been supplied for us by the hotel and me thinks he drew the short straw as he didn't seem to have a clue as to our plans - we should have guessed. As he went to fill up with petrol, he tried to get us to pay for it - after Mark's ...
... perimeter, paved and planted with hedges and trees on the 'city' side, but with just a dirt path through dry woodland on the far side. I underestimated the size of the lake - it took a good two hours to make it all the way round, albeit with taking a couple of wrong turns along the dirt path. I saw several egrets and other birds on and around the water on the far side, and a peacock in the woods.
Nearly neighbouring the lake is ...
... with both my face in tact and my glasses safe.
There were monkeys everywhere. I have never seen so many at once. Big monkeys, small monkeys, old monkeys, baby monkeys. Monkeys underfoot, monkeys overhead, monkeys walking next to me, monkeys watching me from the trees and fences. When we got to the top, there was a long line to get into the temple itself, so we decided not to bother and just sit in the park and watch the monkeys. I should ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking