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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, ...
... shape of a house throughout the trees, I opened the book to read a description of the house and as I did so an Indian man appeared on the other side of a padlocked gate. Great I thought, here goes Gricey blagging his way in. Nope. In order to blag you must first speak the same language, as pointing to the indecipherable words in your English book to a Hindi old man will not get you through the gate. **** again. I had now got a taste for this ...
... the beauty. Once we completed the more simple trek down, we refreshed in Mini Israel and visited the main Dalai Lama temple in Mcleodganj, an exceptionally beautiful mountain town full of Tibetan influence. For the rest of the afternoon, after realizing we would not be receiving a private session with the Dalai Lama, we wandered the streets in search of Tibetan shawls and Himalayan beauty products until our bus departed for the India we have come to know so ...
Today I tried to get my VISA extended again. I took a taxi to lower Dharamsala and found the VISA office. Infront of the counter were piles of bundles of papers, yellowing with age, which did not engender confidence that any paperwork would be dealt with promptly. There was only one person infront of me, unlike in Delhi where there was a line a km long. The man behind the counter looked ...
... and now has a stick, it was definitely him, I couldn’t believe it.
A friend I recently made in Kathmandu Steve, on leaving Kathmandu was coming here to have an audience with the Dalai Lama so I emailed Steve the photograph I’d taken and he confirmed it most definitely was him and that I’d been blessed. It was a very special moment and one that I will always remember, ‘Long live the Dalai Lama’.
Other places to stay in Kullu
Village Prini, P. O. Jagatsukh, 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
Shastrinagar, Kullu | Hotelfrom $20
Near Castle Hotel, Kullu | Hotelfrom $15
Gandhi Nagar, Kullu | Hotelfrom $15
Village Kukkerseri (Kais), Kullu | 3 star hotelfrom $24