Alps Spa Resort
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- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... for western volunteers to come up here than bigger cities elsewhere? It's also significantly cooler up here--maybe 90 instead of 105 degrees (frigid). After arriving at the Gaggal Airport, I took a long taxi ride up to Dharamshala (and it really is up--the city is built on a hill, and the road is a series of switchbacks). I expected a little more quiet after Delhi, but the driver was still honking about a quarter of the time and the ...
... give 2, is that okay? She asked very gingerly. A bit expensive but whatever, I trust her and the driver was waiting there the whole time during our visits, I thought, pulling out 4 pieces of 500 from my pouch. Vickie looked very confused with the money in her hand. You said 2000, right? I asked. NO, 200, she corrected, while laughing her head off. Oop, I was momentary a spoiled girl from the West again. It will be dangerous for you to travel alone in India, you are ...
... was there waiting, they conversed in Hindi and I had zero idea what was said. Standing there half bowing, waiting for the verdict. I could swore that based on what I heard, it was not in my favor but then he turned and told me, you need to hand write a letter of application, have a copy of your visa and passport info page, two passport size photos, a copy of your plane ticket and 1800 Rupees. We'll come back on Monday and appeal to the superintendent of the police and they may grant you ...
the name of Jaspal Singh Pathania
SHIVA CAVE TEMP mukteshwar
Around 15 km
from pathankot near ranjit sagar dam , said to be build by pandavas during
exile , a must visit place for serene beauty ...
Dalhousie - Himachal Pradesh
Dalhousie is known as India's Switzerland and was set up by the
British Empire in India in 1853 as a summer retreat for its troops and
bureaucrats. Dalhousie is at an altitude of 6,000 and 9,000 feet (2,700 m)
above sea level. The hill station is built around five ...