Travel Blogs from Kullu
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He gave an old packet of namkeen from the dashboard and told us to help ourselves. We tore it open and finished it in no time. The clouds were making way for us to drive through the lush green forests. It was like the ones we see in movies. A long hilly road surrounded by huge tall trees with their numerous streams flowing downhill, the driver then told this is where ...
... a great speed so as to annihilate anything that comes in the way. We were holding the rope so tight as tho our life depended on it. (Yes it was)!
After almost an hour we reached the end point. Our vehicle was waiting with our luggage.
We enjoyed it. ...
This is a view of McLeod Ganj, built on the side of the mountain. Courtesy of Kimberley McCleod.
Kyoko and I met at 10am and walked to Bagsu Waterfall. Perhaps a 2 kms walk around the mountain. There were many groups of young Indian men ...
... loudly, walking stick in one hand, rattling a few coins in the other. Some people appear to have leprosy. In this day and age? Apparently so.
We're rocking and rolling again. Well, just rolling. Rocking would be a bit disconcerting on a train. Mud huts have thatched roofs whilst little box houses are built from solid concrete blocks. Green fields come and go, mostly go. Flat, flat, flat - not a hill in sight. A waiter (of sorts) takes my order for lunch. A ...
... watching the fusion of Tibetan and Indian cultures which makes this odd town in the mountains so unique, we are off at 6pm tonight on a 12 hour night bus to Delhi. Tomorrow we’re doing some sight seeing in Delhi, visiting the Red Fort and some Mosques and then Thursday (too early to mention – yet still later then Dad gets up) we jump on our first Indian train (lowest class which should be interesting) to Agra, to chill in the Taj Mahal ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool