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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      Heading into the Mountains and the Dharma

      A travel blog entry by hilarylake on Jul 19, 2014

      19 photos

      ... when it was less convenient for my Western sensibilities and there were less drop in and smoke up tourists. That all said, it is quite beautiful to look out over the green mountain and see the multicolored homes and guest houses or small hotels dotted around and to walk right past multiple little shrine temples to Hindu gods and goddesses who guard the village. It seems as if it's mostly Indian up the mountain rather than Tibetan, which I eventually found part way down ...

      The Roof of the World - and a smashed window!

      A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on May 28, 2014

      60 photos

      ... gradient and would be 6km up. It eventually levelled out and gave us a great view of McCleodganj below and the Residence of the Dalia Lama. It looked very impressive. We could even see as far as Dharamsala where we could see the Cricket stadium, home of the Punjab XI T20 Cricket team. Going up the track was ok and the trek itself was decent enough (no way as hard as the Inca Trail). As we continued to climb though the altitude began to get to us and we had to stop a few ...


      A travel blog entry by simoncardnell on Apr 03, 2014

      86 photos

      ... could continue with the practise without being religious and he says it's just common sense anyway. He explains how most peoples minds are a mess and we can never 'do nothing' in the west because we'd be confronted with our restless thoughts. Even just sitting concentrating on our breath for one minute can be almost impossible. The following day I go to the nearby town of Bagsu and see the waterfall there. I learn how to cook an Indian dish and drop into ...

      Day 19,20 and 21

      A travel blog entry by marieolson on Aug 04, 2013

      ... more magical vodka moments and we sat on a balcony and enjoyed some pasta and since the restaurant only had mock tails we went and picked up some vodka and made fun on the beach a little sexier. Friday night was also the night we got to experience the first of what would be a weekend of people taking our picture which is something that I have yet to get used too. And in a effort to get the group of men to ...

      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 ...