Hill's Pride Resort

Address: Village and P.O. Sanawar, Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh, 173201, India | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Village and P.O. Sanawar, Kasauli.
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      Travel Blogs from Kasauli

      Run To The Hills or Pee On My Foot

      A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 19, 2015

      45 photos

      ... create fake accounts and buy them up knocking them out to tourist for 3 times face value. We were number 9 on the wait list 2 months before I left the UK and managed to get a confirmed ticket just before we left.

      When we first got to the station at 4.45 before we went back to the hotel I asked the ticket clerk to allocate me some of 'the good' seats which he duly did. Most of the journey has the great views on the right hand side going up and ...

      26 October Cyclng Day 7

      A travel blog entry by paulmdickinson on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... It heads back to its owner allowing me to carry on .

      A few kilometres later I see a welcome sight - one of the DA crew pointing to a side road that will take us to camp. At last there's some downhill to take the pressure off my bum, which is such a relief. Jackie had said there was about 1km of down and about 1km of uphill. Looking ahead I see the uphill. Its really steep and stony - no tarmac.

      Before reaching the bottom of it I change into ...

      Parent meetings!

      A travel blog entry by wanderwall on Jul 28, 2014

      ... to stop biting his nails. Okay, sir...you have to pick your battles. It was apparent that this father had no control over his sons actions this was a power struggle for the father. When Archit was in the room, there was little communication except giving him what he wants between both parents. The other very crazy apparent cultural differences that we noticed were when we were talking about raising a special needs. We were talking about how it can be looked at as a disgrace ...

      Where did you go to school Mum, Dad - Sanawar?

      A travel blog entry by lcdp on Mar 28, 2014

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      ... would be no way I would climb that hill! Mark, ever the gentleman, decided to stay with me.
      A huge storm was brewing again so home for a nanna nap (well exhaustion at the thought of that climb), slept through the storm and the power went out for about 3 hours. Roast chicken & vegies again, this time by candle light. Bed after fighting with the hot water system - it won!
      Need to by ready by 8am for car ride to Shimla. ...

      The Drive - honk. Honk honk honk. HOOOOONK

      A travel blog entry by lab99 on Jul 27, 2012

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      ... Well we've hardly seen a pram. Parents carry their babies in there arms (no pram perving here Jazz). The first prams we saw were in Shimla where you can hire a pram to go shopping and the babes can sit and play with the inbuilt keyboard on the front. Lucky there the volume seems quite low.

      Tour drivers here have a bit of a hard time. Kashmir is with us for 4 days in Shimla while his wife & 3 kids are at home in Amritsar. He stops ...