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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, ...
... from the forest despite the afternoon rain. It eventually eased making for a pleasant afternoon walk. The panoramic views of Dharamsala valley and distant views of Shivalik hills and plains of Kangra valley were often covered in a thick bed of cloud and when we reached the summit we only had a few moments of a view of the mighty Dhauladhar ranges before a dense fog engulfed us. It mattered little as we had thoroughly enjoyed the walk and were too busy ...
... here, a few times we saw humans sitting amongst allthe animals scavenging for pieces of food. Amber Fort is perched up on a narrow rocky ridge just outside of central Jaipur. When we first drove up to the fort we couldn't believe the size of it, with massive stone walls and the centre of the fort set high above us on the mountain. Not only is it huge but it is also very beautiful, with the building and its walls all amber in colour and designed ...
... and good strong coffee! we had a dinner in Moonpeak Restaurant which was highly recommended in the lonely planet but were pretty disappointed with the food we got there.... Most noteworthy amongst all her peers was the Llo Restaurant... I couldnt write a review without mentioning our experience of indian wine! we decided to take a change and ordered a bottle of local white wine.... It was brought to us not chilled - and we should have sent it back right then! we then asked ...
... finding out tried to burn him but Padmasambhava could not be killed. Instead, as legend says, he just sat and meditated. Astonished by this miracle, the king offered Padmasambhava both his kingdom and Mandarava. The couple later left for Maratika Cave in Nepal where they had a vision of the Buddha Amitayus and achieved a rare type of spiritual realisation known today as "Terma".
And indeed the Padmasambhava cave was both serene and ...
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
Village & Post Office Naggar, Kullu | Hotelfrom $18
Akhara Bazar, Kullu | Hotelfrom $16
Near Castle Hotel, Kullu | Hotelfrom $15
Shastrinagar, Kullu | Hotelfrom $20
Gandhi Nagar, Kullu | Hotelfrom $15
Village Kukkerseri (Kais), Kullu | 3 star hotelfrom $24