Sahiwa Hotel

Buddha Temple Road, Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, 176216, India | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dharamsala

Hari's house in the Himalayas

A travel blog entry by leendunc

20

Travelling half an hour further into the Himalayan foot hills we find a home with the Dass family. The house could only be reached by walking up a rocky path through the forest, shared by mules hauling up their heavy loads. Hari who is a trekking guide and his German wife Ria who made delicious vegan cakes, their two children and their Himalayan collie Jimmy made us feel very welcome.

Shortly after we arrived Duncan became ill with an infected cut to ...

Dharamsala - India

A travel blog entry by katy_and_scott

39

... sensible French ladies politely asked for their money back, however feeling bad for him, four of us agreed for him to carry on, with the promise of us being able to return for free to his Saturday show. So he started off with some traditional dances, which were fine and after a couple of these he told us that he had completed the first half of his show, to which we all applauded. He then proceeded to tell us that the second half of his show was much more free ...

Satisfy my soul...

A travel blog entry by laurabizzle12

2

... Gidi had to return to Bhagsu for a cooking class and Becks and I were unsure if we would find our way back without his navigation skills so when the rain let up a little we headed back. Naturally Bond had an umbrella, Becks had a waterproof, I had a T-shirt. Both ways we had sung childhood songs in Swedish, Hebrew and English. On the way back this was much more fun for me as I actually had some breath to sing and subsequently Becks and I have found that ...

The road to hell and some chillout time

A travel blog entry by jsynomad

16

... but at least it was pleasantly cool. The guest house was nice and relaxed with excellent food whenever you wanted it and the other guests were good company – some had been returning for over 15 years. The bad weather meant there was nothing to do except relax - reading, playing board games and smoking joints were the main activities here. It was good to completely chill out for 5 days. One morning the weather was ok enough to try a trek up ...

Inspired by Mona

A travel blog entry by jonpoland

6

I spent the last two days at Tashi Jong Monastery, where the 9th Kamtrul Rinpoche is based. It's also within sight of a Nunnery which is famous for housing one of the first Western nuns, a Brit with the refuge name Tenzin Palmo, who completed a 12 year retreat and published at least one book. I ran into her yesterday at Tashi Jong.

Most of the railing posts at Tashi Jong are topped with cuboctahedrons. Last year I had cuboctahedrons-on-the-brain as ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Buddha Temple Road, Dharamsala, is near Kangra Valley.
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