Hritik Palace Hotel

Khajjiar Chamba Road, Khajjair, Himachal Pradesh, 176321, India | Hotel
Prices starting from $20.00

Travel Blogs from Khajjair

Our New Family

A travel blog entry by kiwikidbys


... them. This was with a lot of help and support back home! These boots had all been donated by various people in our home town, thoroughly cleaned and boxed up by Shane's Dad and sent on there way. When we found there was a hold up and another 16,000 rupees ($321) would be needed to pay customs plus a fine plus a holding fee (!!!!) it was friends and family back home in N.Zd and Aus that helped out! If only you all could have been there!! What a ...

Kasol: The Serene Valley [Part 2]

A travel blog entry by adityavsb


... That also explained their little bit off English accent and use of local words, but they were definitely acquainted with local language. Their story was that they came some time ago to Kasol somehow and now, they just can’t leave this place, KASOL, such a mesmerizing place is.

I slept in my room, wearing my jacket, one of the coldest nights I have ever seen. We all have agreed to leave Kasol by next day early morning. Next morning, when I woke ...

Kasol: The serene Valley [Part 1]

A travel blog entry by adityavsb


... little self talk I had in my mind, in reality I gave him a vicious smile and insisted on the dish. Well, it’s not a good idea to start cursing local people just after few seconds arriving to a new place. A helpful travel tip, now don’t ever say that you didn't learn anything useful from this wonderful travel article.

After gulping food up to the throat, we took a long stroll on the roads of Kasol, it was like we were preparing our ...

India Part 3: Mountains, Valleys, and Yoga

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels


... of spirituality because they're running away from something, Hindu pilgrims visiting the sacred towns on the Ganges, legitimate Indian yoga teachers and yogis, and the assorted "spiritual" con-men and con-beggars. The most obvious scam beggars being the ones who wear the orange robes and dress like the legitimate sadhus and religious ascetics to con money off unsuspecting tourists. But at least they're equal opportunity con-artists, targeting western and Indian tourists alike. ...

Are we in Switzerland or Tibet?

A travel blog entry by josherring


... close to Dharamshala and home to the Dalai Lama who lives in exile here. The thing that has surprised us more than anything here are the numbers of Tibetan refugees living in this area, they make up about 50% of the population in McLeod Ganj and about 25% of them seem to be Tibetan monks. They wear distinctive red robes and have shaved heads and seem to have taken quite well to modern living with the training shoes ...


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