Hotel Buddha's Valley

Address: Bhagsunag, Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, 176219, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Bhagsunag, Dharamsala, is near Kangra Valley.
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Travel Blogs from Dharamsala

29 hrs of travel - broken down

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on May 03, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... mountains 7:40am - pile on my shoulder bag, large backpack and day bag in now very familiar fashion It should be interesting to reorganize my large bag at the airport in order to drop it down to only 15kgs before checking in to my flight to Delhi 8am - walk to the main street and board bus to Mapusa - 15 rupees The driver must have been behind schedule as he drove that bus like a bat out of hell around the hair pin turns and over the speed "breakers" to the ...

Yoga, monkeys, meditation, and more

A travel blog entry by kiki13 on Feb 08, 2014

37 photos

... left of it to see, but the sign and sights along the way are worth the walk to find it. We head back towards the markets and decide to grab lunch on a rooftop cafe. I am amazed at how many monkeys are in the area, but I feel that we are ok because there is a large iron fence surrounding the roof. Lunch is served and suddenly there are even more monkeys and they are everywhere. Before we know it one jumps on top of our table and quickly moves towards our food. As my ...

Getting up to mischief

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on Aug 23, 2013

20 photos

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Not a great start this morning, not sure if it was the cheap vodka or the curry but something wasn’t agreeing with my belly. Anyway off to the cloud today, Mcleod Ganj that is where the Dali lama and Tibetan government have made home until they are allowed back in Tibet. The cab ride up was a little scary as I think the driver had a death wish upon us. But we made it in one piece thankfully. The Dali lama ...

Dharamsala (McLeod Ganj)

A travel blog entry by theroadishome on May 30, 2013

11 photos

... in town and he is doing teachings on shantidevi's a guide to bhoddisattavas way of life. We registered and got in on the teachings with the other hundreds of people. He spoke in Tibetan so we had to use a fm transmitter for the translation which was very crackly and was hard to understand, but it was still cool to see him if it was only for a few seconds in a car on his way out to his house for his lunch break.

On our last day before the next ...

Day 180 Palampur

A travel blog entry by willandclaire on May 18, 2012

6 photos

... there to help, as my first two periods were with class 2 - 4year olds! We tried our best to practice the alphabet and counting, but they soon grew tired of this and decided they would rather jump on us and hold our hands. They were very cute but very hard to teach. After this we taught class 10 - 16 year olds. Their English was pretty good but they were shy and it was hard to know what to teach them, this being the first time I had seen them. ...