Hotel Sangam

Address: Near Beas Parvati Sangam, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Near Beas Parvati Sangam, Kullu.
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        Travel Blogs from Kullu

        The Joke

        A travel blog entry by jonpoland on May 07, 2015

        ... you want someone to fix your computer, find an American. If you want someone to visualize something, find a Tibetan. Okay, it's not really a joke. It's a saying. And it's not a particularly funny one...unless you're an American trying to do ngondro. Because it turns out Americans can't visualize worth a damn and Tibetans can't code for ****. I was going to use this thangka as a crutch, like visualization training wheels. I see on a website ...

        22 October Cycling Day 3

        A travel blog entry by paulmdickinson on Oct 22, 2014

        31 photos

        ... and Colin had bought some firecrackers in Baijnath before riding into camp, so they let them off after dinner. Curry again with Kingfishers (200 rupees a bottle). The camp cooks are doing a great job of keeping us fed, there's always plenty to go round and its tasty. Starting to miss meat. What we do get is generally crushed chicken with small bones. Oh for a juicy steak.

        Stats - miles 35.58 / elevation 3514 feet / calories ...

        Settling in

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

        12 photos

        ... 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. ...

        Dinner with the guys!

        A travel blog entry by jessilou88 on Jun 23, 2013

        ... mainly coz it just sounds rank.... But it was awesome! We then had some local plums which were tiny and really sour. Apparently the trick is to eat the middle without eating the skin but I can't physically see how that is possible!!! We left their flat happy and full with my faith in Indian tourists restored! It was also a bloody cheap day for us as they didn't want any money from us or anything...just our ...

        Just missed the Dalai Lama

        A travel blog entry by cameron.burge on Jul 17, 2012

        ... i continue tell is the one of a day trip to the local waterfall. I wont going into how our "guide" if you can call him that led us astray, but the story is when we reached the waterfall and the events that unfolded with in minuets of arriving. There was a group 10-11 of us mixed of boys and girls we were all looking forward to a swim until we were ambushed by multiple ...