Kufri Holiday Resort
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Kufri
... you don't pee all over them but this toilet was the other way around.
I somehow had to use my head for balance, my elbows wouldn't reach. There was nothing to hold on to to steady myself. My bladder was on the verge of bursting but I knew I wasn't low enough, it I let it go now, it would splash everywhere.
This is where I started to laugh. I couldn't help it. I just laughed, out loud.
Ladies, what happens when you need a pee, you ...
... grip. I keep going as I want to get to camp before it gets darker. After a couple more stops to catch my breath I'm nearly there. Riding into camps there's a few cheers and 'well done Paul's. What a relief to have made it.
The camp is set in pine trees, which is pretty, its cool though due to how high we are. Again the camp is well laid out, we're on a slope with the tents spread out nicely. After bringing Adrian's and my bag to the tent I ...
... will throw them food and the people around the temple have learned that if you throw food at monkeys, tourists will pay you for getting you stuff back. Luckily, my driver warned me before getting out of the car so I stumbled my way around the temple with my glasses in my pocket. Several others from the group were not so lucky. Scott’s glasses were expertly pried off his head within seconds of getting out of the ...
... Nice to see the old red postbox though.
There were plenty of benches to sit on, with bins by them, people cleaning up, keeping Kasauli nice, in a way that Indian towns normally never succeed. We passed the sunrise and the sunset points. The upper mall we were first on ended up at an air force base. So we took a lane down to the Lower Mall. There we ate cucumbers with masala on, courtesy of a roadside seller. Along with him we had fun counting the cucumbers in ...
... on the river bed! Most of the river beds are dry due to up stream power projects having diverted the main flow through tunnels to their power houses. They are supposed to allow at least 15% of the water to flow down the natural course but in reality, that never happens. Whatever the ultimate long term benefits of these ...