Hotel Mongas

Address: The Mall, Gandhi Chowk, Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, 176304, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on The Mall, Gandhi Chowk, Dalhousie.
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Travel Blogs from Dalhousie

Heading into the Mountains and the Dharma

A travel blog entry by hilarylake on Jul 19, 2014

19 photos

... meandered down into the village, which turned out to be more of a tourist village that probably once was very quaint and quiet. It is now a bit of a hippie mecca complete with tour agencies, mobile recharge shops, a convenience store that sells herbal face wash, granola and brightly colored comfy clothing. Oh there's also a crystal shop of course and many quaint cafes with buddhas on the walls and tapestries where there aren't walls. I wished that I had come here at least 10 ...

The Roof of the World - and a smashed window!

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on May 28, 2014

60 photos

... raincoat, fleece, walking trousers etc just in case we had a carry on of the weather from the previous night. Breakfast comprised of some eggy bread, cereal and fruit with a warm cup of Chai, not bad considering we were so high up. We then had our guide, Mander, meet up with us who had 2 ground mats as two of us would be sleeping on the floor tonight at the accommodation. We then set of from the Base Camp up towards the mountains (left at 9am). The path up was rocky but at ...

Dharamsala

A travel blog entry by simoncardnell on Apr 03, 2014

86 photos

... Dalai Lama temple, home to the Tibetan government in exile. I go to see an English women speaking at the Tushita mediation centre. She spent twelve years living on her own in a Himalayan cave before starting a Buddhist nunnery and fighting for women's rights within the religion. There's a book about her called 'Cave in the Snow'. They follow up her talk with a workshop on Samatha (concentration) mediation which she was discussing. Someone at the end asks ...

Day 23,24,25 and 26

A travel blog entry by marieolson on Aug 08, 2013

... and Lise's last day at the daycare and they got to spend sometime with there kids and we visited a monastery by the daycare and then an institution for handicapped kids and it was a really good experience but at the same time very sad as most of the kids in this institution were abandoned by their parents because of their handicap. At the institution they learn skills so that they can make beaded or threaded bracelets, paintings and knitted ...

Chamba Valley

A travel blog entry by julie_sam42 on Aug 27, 2012

1 comment, 22 photos

... et avec de très belles vues de la vallée. Beaucoup d’indiens viennent ici pour aller au lac Manimahesh, où Shiva a soi-disant vécu, et on a croisé ce que l'on pense était des shivaïtes avec des tenues très intéressantes. Bharmour est pratiquement à la fin de la vallée et il n’y a pas de route après. On pensait à l’origine randonner jusqu'à la vallée de Lahaul pour ensuite rejoindre la vallée de Spiti, mais comme ça inclue des cols à 5000m, on y a renoncé. A ...