Finally after reaching Rasol we booked a room at chunni guest house for rs 300 per day.Rasol is a small village which is not as commercialised as kasol so we liked rasol more than we like kasol. The locals there were really great and treated us so well specially owner of our guess house. He is really a great man.
The best trek from Kasol was to Rasol. A small village that you can get to after a steep 4-5 hour climb that left us all winded. The trek left us tired and a bit surprised as we had no clue that it would take us this long. We ended up staying the night here, as neither of us had the strength or the desire to leave this heavenly place. On the way up we got an inkling of what awaited us when we saw a couple of folks sitting by a stream, apparently serenading the rocks or the water. We saw the sun set in Rasol, bathing the mountains and the village in a warm auburn, copper-brown. The village lodge was cheap and had we known we would have made this our main resting point, but alas all our things were in Kasol.