The Chalets Naldehra
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... a good night sleep. The next morning I had started to feel better. We ate breakfast at the buffet in the hotel and then went to explore the Chandigarh rock garden. This was the one main sight we were told to go and see. The garden was created by one man named Nek Chand. He worked for 18 years building sculptures and structures from rocks, garbage he collected, and broken plates and bowls. For the 18 years he built this (illegal) garden in secret. By the time it was ...
... one could go to and take a walk or just go out in the hills and take a walk, there was nothing like a mall road or a market close to that place and hence it was quiet and relaxing.
A must go , if relaxation is all you need and have no intent of shopping during the vacation.
There is a market few kilometers away that one could go though, and you would get some nice stuff there.
... the belt, I think I'm just about qualified to draw the next conclusion; genuine hospitality will enhance your experience of a place dramatically. In a previous entry I described how well we were tended to in Hikkaduwa, and as with most exceptional periods in life, we didn't expect it to continue. But we were wrong to assume so. In the mountainous towns of Ella, Numwara Eliya and Kandy we were astounded at the level of interest our hosts showed in us, and the generosity they ...
... Above us, in a tree, a monkey was being hassled by two crows. I asked if the monkeys came to try and steal his cuicumbers. He grinned, showing me the big knife that he has to scare the monkeys away.
George held my hand as he walked along the roadside wall, and we dallied so much that by the time we were reaching the military check point one has to go through to get to the famed Manky Point (Monkey Point) the passageway had been closed up. Not that I would ...
Rosina had some last minute pool playing and then we left Kasol, having said our sweet farewells to the young men of the Casablanca, my new goal being to make it up to Shoja, an obscure Himmalayan location recommended to us by our cook in Naggar.
This change of location required four bus changes, Kasol to Bhuntar, Bhuntar to Aut, Aut to Banjar, and from there to Shoja.
The roads up to Shoja were even roufher than the road to Bhuntar. Feeling queasy ...