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Travel Blogs from Kullu
... old day. The trip will definitely be worth it though I imagine!
So that is India done and dusted (almost). Next up, Australia. I’ll try keep you posted more regularly from now on and then I don’t have to write such a long one each time!
Also, after 10 weeks in Bangalore, and 10 weeks of not knowing Billy’s actual name, I finally found it out, Rahul, (or something like that…), thought you might like to know.
Speak soon, ...
... building which is right at the top of a valley. The view from our balcony is gorgeous and it is a lovely place to sit and read or play the guitar (Tom, not me!) and just live for a while. It's nice having a kitchen so we can cook ourselves the odd meal, although eating out is dirt cheap. About 3 pounds for us both to have a main course and a drink. But still, you don't want to eat in restaurants all the time so having the option to cook is very welcome. We are about to head ...
When we got to Dharamsala we were shouted at that the last bus to McLeod Ganj was leaving, there was no porter to get our bags off the roof so Brad had to venture up!! We caught the bus only to get ten minutes up the road & stop for what seemed no reason. After a bit of commotion and a 20 minute wait we found out a bus had broken down on the road in front and our bus could not fit past. The driver had abandoned our bus & everyone ...
... 8221; and without glancing back he did the same.
I honestly took a few seconds to react. I still remember me being a newlywed dulhan, wearing all red hot salwar-kameez with heavily embroidered dupatta around my head and neck. My two hands were full with churas and gold bangle. I had three set of earrings in my ears, one magalsutra and one gold chain in my neck, two rings in my fingers (engagement and wedding). Everything felt like a load on me. My immediate ...
... from the train, so I stood at the open door through fields of wide lilies in an 'open stance' to brace myself from the bumping around me.
We all got off the train feeling like garbage, and after a quick breakfast, journeyed up, up, way up the hillsides over jungles, through trees and around more cows. We settled quickly in McLeod Gang and made our way out for lunch. Before I knew it, it was raining ...
Other places to stay in Kullu
V.P.O. Prini Naggar Road, Kullu | 4 star hotelfrom $88
National Highway 21, Kullu | Hotelfrom $82
Aleo , Kullu | Hotelfrom $16
Akhara Bazar, Kullu | Hotelfrom $16
Near Castle Hotel, Kullu | Hotelfrom $15
Gandhi Nagar, Kullu | Hotelfrom $15
Shastrinagar, Kullu | Hotelfrom $20
Village & Post Office Naggar, Kullu | Hotelfrom $18
Village Kukkerseri (Kais), Kullu | 3 star hotelfrom $24