Category Archives: Himachal Pradesh
While we’re on the subject of India, I just received an interesting e-mail from The Tour Planners. Travels With Sheila is always going on and on about how reasonable India can be and this offering sounded pretty good to me.
Shimla, at about 7,100′, is perhaps the most famous “hill station” in the Himachal. What is a hill station? In the 18th century, Britain ruled India, the “Jewel in its crown.” During the extremely hot and dusty summers, the British
The Kinnear Valley was completely green and a shock after Spiti’s desert. But once we admired the valleys, mountains and waterfalls, and watched the goats…View image…it grew a little stale. We were on our way to the Hotel Bushahr Regency
While getting our permits checked, another vehicle filled with young Israeli girls was parked next to us having their permits checked. They were on the way from Tabo to see this “special lake” at Nako and then driving back to