Hotel Sangam

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

    End of India! (Almost)

    A travel blog entry by mark.lockyer91 on Jun 02, 2014

    ... the 10 weeks taking me to work each morning. 10 weeks, 45 or so trips, I gave him basically 15. Think he was going to cry when I gave it to him initially, he was so grateful bless him, but such a lovely, genuine, awesome guy, I had to say thanks in some way.

    Friday came around and it was my final day, Ravi phoned me at lunchtime to ask what time I would be back at the apartment as he and his family had something they wanted to give me. He came over ...

    On a highway to heaven! Rohtang Pass

    A travel blog entry by anvt on Jun 09, 2013

    20 photos

    ... her to give this response when this question was encountered. Finally she agreed to get something after I promised her a Diary Milk Silk in return. She finally went and explained them in Marathi that we were hungry and had no food with us and with the indefinite traffic jam, we didn't know how long it would take us to get food. So they gave her a biscuit packet. In tourist places, same language works wonders I would say. A couple of years ago, I ...

    In Search of the Dalai Lama

    A travel blog entry by annajim30 on Oct 04, 2012

    5 photos

    ... back on the street despite our pleas. Feeling dejected and growing bellies crying to be fed yet again, the group split up and a few of us headed to a Tibetan restaurant called the Tibetan Kitchen. It looked clean and was popular with tourists and locals alike so I gathered this was a safe bet. We dined on vegetarian Momos (similar to dumplings and very tasty) and vegetarian Thaku (basically a soup noodle); not before washing our hands with even more alcohol wash. The Thaku ...

    Slowing down

    A travel blog entry by tommymansell on Sep 25, 2012

    4 photos

    ... walk down to the more functional part of town, strewn with huge boulders long ago ripped from the hills by the Beas river below. The river roars with what sound engineers call 'pink noise,' which is much like white noise but with a great many more bass frequencies. A cyclopean detuned TV, all day and night it provides the backdrop to the cicadas, blackbirds, horn blasts, dog barks and the big old Enfields carrying travellers up the valley to ...

    Mandi Town: Frenetic but Friendly

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on Jul 13, 2012

    18 photos

    ... enjoyed our surprisingly pleasant visit to colourful Mandi.

    We dined in the hotel restaurant. It was surprisingly lovely room with friendly and helpful staff - and the food was very good. To our horror however, we were again confronted with the "Ugly Nouveau Indian Middle Class". A large family headed by a gigantic Sikh man roaring at mega decibels into his mobile phone sat opposite to us. We were fascinated that he had the ...