Apple Valley Resort

National Highway 21, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, 175126, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on National Highway 21, Kullu.
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    Travel Blogs from Kullu

    End of India! (Almost)

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

    ... a bit more of an adventurous stop this one. Today we went trekking in the hills, saw snow, and had some beautiful views of the Himalayas and surrounding towns and villages. Not too hot, not too cold, so perfect weather really for trekking up and down hills and over some steep boulders. Tomorrow we are off for a mountain biking trip before I start my trip to Sydney! Be leaving the hotel at 9:30 Thursday morning, and arriving in Sydney at 6am Saturday, so it could be ...

    On a highway to heaven! Rohtang Pass

    A travel blog entry by anvt on Jun 09, 2013

    20 photos

    ... shops that served maggi, omelettes and coffee. We didn't waste a second and just ordered half a dozen maggis and started devouring it wolfishly. The chilling wind really makes it difficult to cook maggi at that altitude. They charge 50 bucks for a plate of maggi. The packet costs 10-15 bucks in the shop. So much price for the hard work. These shopkeepers stay there for 2-3 months in the tourist season. It goes upto minus 5 degrees in the night. Of Course ...

    Day out with Kyoko

    A travel blog entry by rondaleeanne12 on Oct 14, 2012

    ... clean. There is also a swimming pool where the young Indian males are having fun.







    On the walk back to McLeod Ganj we see many groups of young Indian women. Maybe they wake up a lot later than the young men. This ...

    Mandi Town: Frenetic but Friendly

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on Jul 13, 2012

    18 photos

    ... gin but again it was in vain. I was more successful, buying several sealed packets of local curry spices that the friendly shop owner told me was "Veeeery goooood". We also bought some nougat wrapped curiously in red foil paper labelled with "I Believe in Santa"....

    It was good fun to explore the shops and the sunken shopping complex of Indira Market which was arranged around a central attractive garden adjacent to the Raj Mahal Palace . ...

    An Epic Journey North!

    A travel blog entry by hugh.asia.trip on Jun 29, 2012

    31 photos

    ... hell water comes from. How do you get water to a parched, dusty plain which extends for hundreds of miles in all directions?

    A road sometimes runs parallel to the track. See the rickety red bus bumping its way along to... who knows where? Maybe to Ahmednagar? I can smell burning rubber. Must be the breaks, I guess. Pull into Ahmednagar - a great pile of yellow sacks of cement sits on the platform, ready to make Ahmednagar just a little bit bigger so more people ...