Hotel Maurya

Address: Main Road, Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, 176001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Main Road, Kangra.
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          Travel Blogs from Kangra

          The 'Who's life is better?' game

          A travel blog entry by jeckfernandez on Aug 23, 2014

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          Whilst being in India a few things have happened so far that makes me conclude that India had the oddest of vibes.. I'm not sure how else to put it. So far I nearly missed my connection flight on the way here, my luggage was not at Delhi for me to collect, which eventually arrived 4 days after I did, two girls had to go to the hospital for food poisoning, everyone catches Delhi belly, my camera breaks, I nearly die trekking the Himalayas (Faye, if you're reading this, ...

          'As she chuckled at my naivety..'

          A travel blog entry by jeckfernandez on Aug 19, 2014

          ... retired life with her husband. When asked what her job was, she looked dumbfounded at the question. She explained to our translator that she has never had a job her entire life. She was taken out of school at grade 3 by her parents because her school was too far and too dangerous to go alone. She described being happy as a housewife with her husband who earned good money as a secretary in the nearly village. She never felt inequality her whole life. Kamla Devi, shook ...

          Settling in

          A travel blog entry by gord.grant.1 on Oct 27, 2013

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          ... town is largely populated by Tibetan refugees and iis home to a seemingly infinite number of Buddhist monasteries and temples and you don't really feel like you're in India. That leads us to the other big occupation, spirituality. Included in all this is a retreat centre where people come from all corners of the world to study and meditate. More Europeans, of course. So, it's kind of its own little world here. ...

          In Kathmandu

          A travel blog entry by gord.grant.1 on Oct 13, 2013

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          ... the wood of just one tree. A bit of a miracle , maybe. It's pretty big. Anyway, the Sanscrit words for house and tree become the Nepalese word "Kathmandu", so that's where the name of the city came from. We then went to the big stupa, a Buddhist temple,again in the form of a mandala, where we had a nice lunch and a walk around. Entrance was forbidden, as it holds archives of scripture and relics said to have great power. Third, we went to the Monkey temple. This is actually a complex ...

          Pushing the boat out...

          A travel blog entry by tomdavis85 on Aug 04, 2012

          ... on the shoulder for the stop. And i jumped off the bus that had cost me 18rups! I needed to find now where Odder was, and this was a walk away. Luckily a boy of about 14 was going that way. We chatted and he directed me to the farm. I got there and it was such lovely grounds. A large grass area with a nice one floor house in the centre, surrounded by different buildings, presumably for farming purposes. The ...