Nest Hotel

Main Bus Terminal, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kullu

End of India! (Almost)

A travel blog entry by mark.lockyer91

... sight seeing in Delhi and walked around the town. Then went off to Dharamshala where the Dalai Lama is and did some sight seeing and walking in the hills, saw a waterfall and did some general trekking. Afterwards we went off to Andretta, a pottery place, a little quieter than the other places I’ve been to, but went trekking in the hills on the first day, and it was throwing it down with rain on the second so we didn’t do much then. Afterwards we ...

The art of doing not very much....

A travel blog entry by makeorbreak


... our own seats on the train north, we chanced our arm with a 50 pence general ticket and crammed our huge bags and guitar into the public carriages for the 3 hour journey to Pathankot, followed by a 1 pound fifty 4 hour bus to Dharamsala. And we arrived on time and in one piece.
So from the heart of Sikhism to the de-facto heart of Buddhism. I am now writing this from the far north of India. We are in the small town of McLeod Ganj where the Dalai Lama has his government ...

We were graced by his Holiness

A travel blog entry by absandbrad


... people crying, apparently you wait a lifetime to see him.

There was a "Free Tibet" protest int the street in the evening after a third person in a week set themselves on fire. The main square was rammed with monks and protesters holding candles.

Dalai Lama country

A travel blog entry by new_lands


... and now has a stick, it was definitely him, I couldn’t believe it.

A friend I recently made in Kathmandu Steve, on leaving Kathmandu was coming here to have an audience with the Dalai Lama so I emailed Steve the photograph I’d taken and he confirmed it most definitely was him and that I’d been blessed. It was a very special moment and one that I will always remember, ‘Long live the Dalai Lama’.



A travel blog entry by amy9979


... myself by not drinking any water the day before, so as to avoid using the bathroom for the 16 hour journey. I did all right, but had one Indian experience in bathroom (thank heavens, only number 1). The bunking system was similar to that of Europe, except that instead of dark spookiness, everyone just stayed up all night. Yanna was lucky enough to spend the whole night talking to the most handsome Punjabi ...


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