Hotel Satkar Residency

Address: near Club House, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, 175131, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on near Club House, Manali, is near River Beas, Hot Springs at Manikaran, Prashar Lake, and Cantt Retreat.
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    Travel Blogs from Manali

    Week Four of Placement

    A travel blog entry by asteller on Oct 26, 2014

    3 comments, 26 photos

    ... for a full course of treatment for the patients. Wednesday was a very special day for the hospital, with a combined celebration for the hospital's 54th anniversary and the opening of a new doctor's residency building. Sponsors from the Netherlands and England were present for the blessing of the new building, and the 17th Karmapa (head of one of the 4 branches of Buddhism) was present which made it quite a huge occasion. The hospital put on a really great show, with ...

    Himalayan Himachel

    A travel blog entry by mattgottwald on Apr 28, 2014

    5 comments, 9 photos

    McLeod Ganj is definitely one of the cooler places I've been and one I could easily have spent a few days more here. It is the home of the Tibetan government in exile as well as His Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama. The Indians have almost given the town over to Tibetan refugees and so the small town feels much more Tibetan than it does Indian. It's also full of hippies and trekkers (it was weird seeing so many westerners after Kashmir) so, with all the ...

    Indian Himalaya By Motorbike!

    A travel blog entry by therunningdog on Sep 16, 2013

    10 photos

    ... mud and populated with hundreds if road workers toiling in the rain. Now, near the end of the season, the road had tarmac (blacktop) on it and was mostly dry. Within a couple hours I was at the top of the pass and found it to be desolate and devoid of humans. I found a couple locals to take my photo at the pass. It was gorgeous up there!


    To the hills

    A travel blog entry by 2bikesnpenguin on Sep 24, 2012

    3 comments, 39 photos

    We were not wrong in thinking that getting a visa and catching a plane the same day would be tricky! The first indication that the day would be a brain boiler was the Indian consul telling us to come back at 4pm to collect our visas when our already booked flight left at 9.50pm. An anxious few hours later and a rushed phone call to rearrange our taxi to the airport later and we made it to check in with time to spare. Knowing that air line companies can be a pain in the **** with bikes ...

    Crawling up the Pile of Corpses

    A travel blog entry by yamahuh on Sep 18, 2012

    27 photos

    ... a track had been cleared through the snow and the road had been declared open. We had the go-ahead to proceed. Maybe we would make it to Manali after all.

    That old, bald tyred workhorse of a truck must have produced monster torque because, no matter what the obstacle, it just kept grunting us forward. At one point, stalled by a landslide that was going to take hours to clear and with the bulldozers yet to arrive, we jogged left off the ...