Poornima Guest House
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Poornima Guest House Kullu
Travel Blogs from Kullu
... trespassing here was perhaps not my best idea, so off I scuttled to fight another day and to try to use google earth to look at what I'd failed to see on this mission.As I tramped along the roadside back towards the village the sun was beginning to hide behind the peaks and in the forest to my right I could hear rustling. It sounded quite heavy and so my automatic reaction was to think "deer"; so when I looked up to see what had made the noise it ...
... middle and the light ones on the side. He scared us by giving all the safety instructions. "If anything happens. I'll reach out to you with the rafting paddle, you need to catch the other end and I will pull you. This holds good only if you fall 2-3 metres away. But if you go far I will throw the bag with a rope inside, catch the bag and I will pull you. It will work out till 25 metres. But after 25 help yourself". We ...
... 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 ...
... Tibet. Even though I had seen it before it was very powerful seeing it here and very sad because in McLeod is the outcome of the Chinese invasion of Tibet in the 1950s and the reason why the Dalai Lama is here and not in the Potala Palace in Lhasa where he should be. One million Tibetans have been killed by the Chinese and 1 million have escaped leaving only 4 1/2 million still in ...
... 8221; and without glancing back he did the same.
I honestly took a few seconds to react. I still remember me being a newlywed dulhan, wearing all red hot salwar-kameez with heavily embroidered dupatta around my head and neck. My two hands were full with churas and gold bangle. I had three set of earrings in my ears, one magalsutra and one gold chain in my neck, two rings in my fingers (engagement and wedding). Everything felt like a load on me. My immediate ...
Other places to stay in Kullu
Village Prini, P. O. Jagatsukh, Kullu | 4 star hotelfrom $88
National Highway 21, Kullu | Hotelfrom $82
Aleo , Kullu | Hotelfrom $16
Village & Post Office Naggar, Kullu | Hotelfrom $18
Akhara Bazar, Kullu | Hotelfrom $16
Shastrinagar, Kullu | Hotelfrom $20
Gandhi Nagar, Kullu | Hotelfrom $15
Village Kukkerseri (Kais), Kullu | 3 star hotelfrom $24