Adventure Resort

Vil & P.o. Raison, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, 175101, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vil & P.o. Raison, Kullu.
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Travel Blogs from Kullu

End of India! (Almost)

A travel blog entry by mark.lockyer91 on Jun 02, 2014

... 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, ...

Social Justice Budhha

A travel blog entry by bridgetannem on May 03, 2013

1 comment, 12 photos

... start shooting dead families and friends, I was expecting to see more rage. Of course these stories and emotions are unique to the individual people I happened to talk story with. When attending events with the younger population I heard much more direct action speech, and debates around the Dali Lama's Middle Path Approach to peacefully create co-existence between Chinese and Tibetan people. It seemed as ...

The "Holy" pond

A travel blog entry by absandbrad on Oct 08, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

Went for a walk to find Mr Astrology man because Abigail wanted her life horoscope done (We also tried to find it yesterday to no avail). After failing to find it again we did find a nice temple. We then decided to walk to the "holy" Dal Lake, again at the best time of day...midday; or as Abs likes to call it the stagnant algae infested pond. She was not impressed after I ...

An Epic Journey North!

A travel blog entry by on Jun 29, 2012

31 photos

... in the Himalayas (again, another *******e to picture but give it a shot). Beautiful promenade, very relaxed strolling... prosperous classes on a break from their lives in the big cities. I walked to the top of the hill - there's a 100ft statue of Hanuman the monkey god. Playing a supporting role is Hanuman's army of hundreds of actual monkeys. They're fighting amongst themselves though, because their leader has turned to stone - and been painted bright orange. Hear ...

Finding Dharma in Dharamsala

A travel blog entry by travelbeti on Feb 26, 2012

13 photos

... to grasp at first, especially those surrounding the notion that there exists hell realms and god realms. This all sounded just a little too familiar to me. As the course went on, however, things became a little more interesting and it became apparent that some concepts, such as emptiness, require experience through meditation and not just intellectual knowledge. We also learned new methods for generating a mind of compassion and dissolving our solid sense of self that ...

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