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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, ...
... and other Hindi movies were shot. Movies are shot mostly on Tuesdays since Rohtang Pass is closed for general public on that day.
We could see the traffic building up. This road does not have any protection at the side. Not even those stones. It's mostly loose gravel. One wheel slips and you're out. Out of this world. It's like a driver's ultimate skill test. ...
... of staying for weeks and months. It is a place for spiritual and alternative learning and healing, but you can also come just to relax, have massages, go hiking, enjoy the amazing Tibetan food, do cooking courses, yoga etc... Which is more what we came to Mcleodganj to do. Nevertheless, let me just give a bit of info on what there is to do here:
Visitors flock here to do courses on Buddhism, as there are various courses and lessons offered by ...
... Indians and Europeans, not my own nationality, if I were Israeli!
Luckily, Von finds a restaurant and guesthouse with one room and the kind chap says we can also crash on the restaurant floor for free! I'm happy with this. It's not perfect, but it's not forever. We sort out our bags and get sorted for the hot springs before dark. They are amazing. I've never been in a natural hot spring before, and I mean, this was actually totally hot. Like ...
... the parents were yelling so loudly at each other they didn't even notice me! The process repeated itself until an outraged Alan finally leaped down the stairway to a very nervous manager who hastily told Alan "One minute sir....". The noise stopped abruptly. Either he murdered the lot or they took off on a bus. I tend to think it was the former.
Late in the afternoon Alan and I wandered the streets of down town Mandi. Formerly a ...
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