- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TripAdvisor Reviews Himalayan Hamlet Kullu
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!)
... of 97 bucks on my bus ticket, a co passenger agreed to pay the money because we were from the same place - Dharwad. The moment she got the biscuit packet, everyone attacked and finished the packet in no time. We tried to persuade her to ask them again but in vain.
After sometime, a couple of bhel puri guys came and we bought a bhel puri for 30 rupees(normally its 10). It was pathetic, but everyone were hungry, so we quietly gobbled it up. Then the ...
... bland but I must admit, it was a pleasant change to the lentils, the beans and the brown rice we'd been eating at the Basunti. I feel like I'm about to give birth to all the air accumulating in my tummy! The remaining part of the day was left to browse the shops and stalls. Unfortunately there was no time to go for a trek in to the Himalaya mountains which was now looking enticingly close and majestic. Ah well... Determined to find my 'Inner Balance', I went back to the ...
... to his head for the duration of the evening and we guessed he had to yell because of the hysterically loud shrieks and screams of his children. One of the children, an obese young girl dressed in an absurd pink fairy dress rudely made demands for more food to the restaurant staff. The other children ran riot amongst the restaurant tables, knocking over chairs screaming at the top of their voices. Again, the women seemed totally oblivious of the ...
... under virtually every bridge. Here you don't need the iron walls and roofs, just some poles and a few tarps will do the trick. Now we traipse through all manner of suburban stations before finally rocking up in New Delhi Railway Station.
Red and grey trains this time - a real change from the blue and blue ones. We're in the North now! Lots of small makeshift settlements. A guy collecting plastic bottles from the track. People chuck *everything* overboard. ...