Hotel Pearl

Subhash Chowk, Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, 176304, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Subhash Chowk, Dalhousie.
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Travel Blogs from Dalhousie

Day 27 and 28

A travel blog entry by marieolson on Aug 11, 2013

1 comment

... and since we were all in pretty rough shape my day was pretty much spent laying in bed watching tv on my iPad only leaving to get food which I had to hike up a mountain to get. This morning after breakfast Lauren left to go back home to Australia which didn't help with how people were feeling. It's strange to see people start to go back home in the past month I have stopped being a tourist and actually got to see how people ...

Golden Temple/ Meditation Course/ Tibetan Families

A travel blog entry by yiasia on Nov 19, 2012

16 photos

... and humans over food. The monkeys would use guerilla warfare tactics and snipe from overhead or off of trees. We used advanced weaponry, such as plastic chairs, brooms, and silverware, to ward off the spontaneous attacks. Not to mention that we had our very own rock catapulter, a small Tibetan man with phenomenal aim. It was definitely a close battle, and a couple of times I seriously considered picking up my plates and taking refuge in the safety of the dining ...

Chamba Valley

A travel blog entry by julie_sam42 on Aug 27, 2012

1 comment, 22 photos

... metres high. The town is quite spread out along the mountain side and is very quiet, even the usually-permanent car horns missing here. Another benefit of the cooler weather is the ever-present dogs have proper coats and look a lot less mangy. A small Tibetan population lives here, as it’s not too far from Dharamsala where the Dalai Lama and Tibetan Government in exile are found. There are also some very British-looking churches and renowned Indian public schools. ...

Dharamsala, day 3

A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Jun 11, 2012

6 comments, 24 photos

... made part of the British army, but there isn’t any based here anymore, but their barracks have been taken over by various hostels (which are like rabbit warrens)

We met 2 traffic cops on our way back, one was called 'dimple’ for obvious reasons, the other could have been called ‘spot’ for the same reason

Saw quite a few monks on our way as well, we gave them a wide berth (the buggers have a habit of ...

Glimpses of His Holiness

A travel blog entry by jonpoland on Apr 14, 2012

2 photos

... is written on the message board. So it is written, so it must be...or was. When he arrived late in the day on the 12th, we all lined up along the path leading to his apartment above the shrine room to greet him. Then a crowd hung around to catch glimpses of him from his apartment.

Earlier in the week the people at the desk gave me the phone # of Chime La, his personal secretary, to set ...