Travel Blogs from Kullu
... o’clock in the evening, hair brushed, shirt and trousers, he looked so smart; his family were dressed up smartly as well and they gave me a massive present wrapped up neatly and with a bow. It was an A4 photo-frame with a Christian bible reference in it; it was so nice and thoughtful. Ravi is a true legend and such a lovely guy; I’ll definitely miss him. (Also can’t believe I forgot to get a photo!)
... Indian. The people generally seem more relaxed and the men are way less creepy, the Tibetan food is also really great! The cooler weather has made for some more necessary shopping. We have all purchased beautiful blanket shawls, slippers and hats to brave the cold nights.
We had originally planned to leave tomorrow heading for Manali, however it is the Hindu holiday of Holi and have decided to spend it ...
... lined on the appliquéd creations.
The Norbulingka Institute aims to “reconciles the traditional creatively and respectfully with the modern, and seeks to create an international awareness ...
... to come back in the morning, I thank him and head back into the town. I have dinner in a popular spot and end up meeting another few tourists some of which are in the same guest house, and it turns into a fun night. Next day though I head back to the temple but I’m told there’s normally a month waiting list to meet the Dalai Lama and unfortunately it’s just not possible, oh well I’m a bit disappointed although did ...
... Tibetan PM. Speaking in english the PM declared that they need to work 'with' China, and Tibet has a bright future..........whilst also questioning China's morales! Difficult to see anything changing, however with 16 years of Harvard behind the new PM, change is inevitable, albeit more in thinking and rectoric, as the Dali Lama fades away into the background.
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services