Sajan Hotel

Address: Barol Chamunda Devi Road, Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, 176057, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Barol Chamunda Devi Road, Dharamsala, is near Kangra Valley.
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Travel Blogs from Dharamsala

Talia's Indian Wedding Experience

A travel blog entry by blaik on Jun 04, 2015


... sweet rice, chillis and pakora.Yum��!So that dinner was "interesting".Afterwards we went back to school to sleep.
The next day we went back for lunch (same as dinner)but did not stay for the wedding ceremony.
It was AWESOMEEEEEE ����� ;����ᘴ 1;����ȩ 57;�
By TALZ ...

Ruby's impressions on her school

A travel blog entry by blaik on Apr 29, 2015


... Our teacher and her daughters live quite close to us up on the hill and we've made very good friends with them. The youngest person in the school is around 3 years old and the oldest is 14 years old which I think is good because different ages of different people get to play with each other. ��

(I hope every one is enjoying school in new Zealand see you all in 5 months )

Sunday with amazing adventures

A travel blog entry by augustwanderer on Mar 29, 2015

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... battered old sign in the front, which said services 10:00 in English and 11:30 in Hindi. I think it is quite amusing that should I be anywhere in the US, I would not consider an Anglican church to be my choice of worship but again, this is not the place to be picky. I will take any church service over no church at all. Another person just walked by, well I cannot tell who is who here. He told me that there is not going to be a 10:00 service, only the 11:30 one. Very few ...

Tibetan monks, snow and heart attacks

A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 20, 2015

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... so basic, no decor, no fancy cups, crockery or anything and it was the best food we had in such a long time. All freshly cooked infront of us. The staff were lovely, the chef chatting to us as he cooked, the rapport in the kitchen was lovely, homely and welcoming. Lee was better, I was much happier and it was a lovely evening. I rang Raju, told him we moved hotels, told him we wanted a day off the next day and he could destress too bless him. We slept like babies. We got ...

10 things that India has taught me so far

A travel blog entry by lisannelee on Feb 26, 2015

Having been in India for just a few days, I can't quite believe how much India has taught me about myself:

Fears before arriving in India, I was totally freaking out. I thought to myself:

- how am I going to cross those roads without being killed?

how am I going to handle the beggars and those people who keep pestering me?

how am I going to make sure that I don't eat the wrong foods and make myself sick?


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