Athiti Hotel

Address: Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, India | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in Dharamsala, is near Kangra Valley.
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Travel Blogs from Dharamsala

Tibetan monks, snow and heart attacks

A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 20, 2015

26 photos

... so basic, no decor, no fancy cups, crockery or anything and it was the best food we had in such a long time. All freshly cooked infront of us. The staff were lovely, the chef chatting to us as he cooked, the rapport in the kitchen was lovely, homely and welcoming. Lee was better, I was much happier and it was a lovely evening. I rang Raju, told him we moved hotels, told him we wanted a day off the next day and he could destress too bless him. We slept like babies. We got ...

10 things that India has taught me so far

A travel blog entry by lisannelee on Feb 26, 2015

... not to get mad at them for their minor ripping off and just let it be, unless it's an amount that I'm not prepared to be be ripped off by.

Stop complaining, I have actually not complained that much since I got to India, since I barely speak to anyone, though I do complain a lot inside my head and I know that I often complain far more than necessary. Here in India though, complaining about anything just makes you seem so ungrateful, like the other day, ...

Dalai Lama's Mountain Village

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 06, 2015

23 photos

... real value. After taking a few pictures and enjoying a quiet walk through the little village, we made our way back towards town where we were really looking forward to our next scheduled activity, an Indian cooking class.

On the way back to town we drove past a large outpost for the Indian Army and our guide explained that it was actually the British Army who first established a base here, after quickly realizing that the climate was much more pleasant up in the ...

The Nechung Oracle experience.

A travel blog entry by pwhy on Oct 07, 2014

... afterwards. So, up at 4:45, Margo came to meet me at 5:15 and in the darkness of the early morning, we walked down to meet Tenzin Kalden at the gate to the compound. After serving up some sweet raisin-rice and Tibetan tea while waiting in line, Margo and I, as foreigners, were ushered to a bench just outside the Nechung's temple, while the locals were slightly behind us. Deep low bass trompets were playing in the background. ...

Cold but very cool Kashmir

A travel blog entry by mattgottwald on Apr 21, 2014

5 comments, 9 photos

... had missed the season (as everybody kept telling us) there was still enough snow to go skiing. In around just one week I had gone from scorching desert to skiing weather! Skiing was fun. I've never been skiing before, apart from a couple of dry slope sessions about ten years ago (it upsets me that I can use sentences like that!), so Matt and Susie gave me a quick lesson and then off we went! Now, I will certainly not claim I'm good at skiing, I spent a lot of ...