Hotel Dream Land
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... we did have a little in the early evening. A very interesting day as we went up the beautiful Kulu Valley with the Beas River flowing through. It is a big river and we passed two hydro power stations. The Pandoh Dam was quite spectacular as the sluice gates were well open with a lot of water flowing. The lake level was actually quite low so I suspect they were dropping the level in anticipation of the monsoon rains. This would allow them to reduce flooding downstream. Once ...
... places we were stuck for 30 minutes. Day 2 There are fourteen of us on the tourist bus (large van) from manalil. Other than an Indian familily the rest of us are foreigners. We stayed overnight in a campsite and it was fun. Dinner was included and they had beer for sale. Some Australian guys brought wisky along (typical Aussies) and we made a party of it. We played cards and whatnot, it was a good crew. People from all ...
Mid-morning we climbed away from the river into a glacial valley that looked like the surface of the moon, scattered with rocky scree and displaced boulders. Nestled between rock and cloud we found our equivalent of a Welcome Break service station; a collection of accommodation tents and a restaurant hidden beneath a tarpaulin. Most scenic omelette to date, and a very welcome cup of chai. Only at this point did the groaning Unidentified emerge from his ...
... Himalayan Nyinmapa Buddhist temple are in a little Tibetan community in the center of town who is mostly enclosed by colourful Buddhist prayer flags. Inside the temple is a huge statue of Sakyamuni –the historical Buddha. Two stories high we go upstairs to find an all together less peaceful statue of a guy with 8 arms – all of which have mutilated body parts attached,he’s also surfing on two corpses. He’s equipped with ...
... 8217;s second choice, the Yellow Hotel. This was a place I could call home for a while. We told them we would stay for 3 or 4 days and ended up staying 16.
HARDEST WORKING STAFF IN THE HIMALAYAS
Friendly staff: Bablu and Umesh from Bihar and Choekyi keep the place running smoothly.
Choekyi is the glue that holds Green Hotel and Restaurant together. She keeps track of all the room negotiations ...