Hotel A.J. International
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
- Family rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel A.J. International Katra
Travel Blogs from Katra
... grand, but now is very much a case of faded grandeur. Sadly much of India seems to be a case of faded grandeur with very little maintenance or infrastructure development evident since the Brits left. The view is lovely with old cedar trees on the steep hills although we are just under the mist level. We have wifi for the first time for 4 days but still not any cell phone coverage as we are still in the Kashmir military ...
... that came out of the hub back in too, like a few bearings, in the same order they came out of the old one. Don't forget to transfer the brake housing from the left side too. You're almost done! Once you've struggled a bit more to get the wheel back in, this is kind of like getting the horses into their stalls at the start of the Melbourne Cup, you put the axel in. It's okay to smash the living **** out of it, it should go through, don't worry about ...
... I think juxtaposed by the wholesomeness that runs through Leh and the phenomenal generosity we were being subjected to and the spirituality and uniqueness of our experience at the monastery we were shocked back into the real world.
We ended the day finding a hotel in Honder, a town close to the camels, and drinking local beer with an alcohol % that caused me to become rather flushed rather quickly, more opinionated than usual (oh dear) and chatty. ...
... century, and is home to the Chamba Gompa. Between Hundar and Diskit lie several kilometres of sand dunes, and (two-humped) bactrian camels graze in the neighbouring "forests" of seabuckthorn. Non-locals are not allowed below Hundar village into the Balti area, as it is a border area. The beautiful village ...
in Jammu and Kashmir in north India on the bank of Indus River. A national
heritage, it is distinct from other monasteries in Ladakh as it is situated on
flat ground unlike others which are located on hilltops. The foundation of the
monastery was ...