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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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TripAdvisor Reviews Himalayan Hamlet Kullu
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... an American) where this school and monastery are located. International calling is impossible, especially with the language barrier, and email responses are so slow as to be worthless. But I happen to know the American to helped establish the school/website who lives in Seattle. I get a quick reply from him that coincidentally the rimpoche who runs the monastery will be visiting Seattle when I'm visiting Kullu. That means the monastery ...
Leaving Manali was a bit of a pain. The night bus was sold out and the day bus was delayed due to a flat tyre and the company told us the delay would be 3 hours. I kind of accepted this as the maņana attitude you find in Spain but Zoe and one of the Israelis decided to push the matter further and just as well they did. A Jeep took us to meet our bus, which saved us a couple of hours at least.
The journey was quite incredible passing up and down mountains, following milky ...
... easy to get comfortable and sink into the rhythm of life : yoga, breakfast, class, lunch, class, run or read, supper, class, visit, bed. One could live like this for a long time as long as there's wifi. What the heck was it I did at work, and why do I have to go back? Oh well, the time will come and I will get home and back into the swing of things and I will be very, very happy to be back with all the folks I know and ...
I think my last post was a little negative.... India to me seems like a really innocent country, innocent and naive. It seems like they are discovering certain things and aspects of culture for the first time, things that in the west we are so used to! For example, it's a really big deal if a cafe has a proper coffee machine serving something other than instant Nescafé ***** (which I've actually began to like!!) Also the owner of a shop or ...
... Indians, before i go on i am not generalizing about all Indians here these were a select group of individuals on vacation from other parts of India and they were intense to say the least. They surrounded us like a pack of wolfs and at first it was harmless and kind of a joke they wanted photos with us and of us and mostly of the girls. The young guys didnt take no as an ...