JK Tourist Bungalow II: A Cheap Safe Hotel in Kargil

JK Tourist Bungalow II: Review of Cheap Safe Hotel in Kargil

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A cheap safe hotel in Kargil, Jammu and Kashmir (JK) Tourist Bungalow II, located opposite Hussani Park, is an old traditional wooden structure facing the Suru River. The structure within easy walking distance of the bus stands, taxi stands, and Lal Chowk is in reasonably good condition. The unmanicured garden…

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What Do Kids Do in Heritage Village of Garli, Kangra?

Eat traditional chats in Garli, India

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Kids in the heritage village of Garli enjoy their time in an English medium school. However, the school is housed in a simple traditional building. A traditional chat shop is not very far. The vendor has a cart also. So the vendor can sell anytime anywhere. Let’s take a look…

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7 Landmarks from Leh Palace, the Vantage Point

7 Points of Interests Visible from Leh Palace in Leh, Ladakh

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Many travelers opine why to waste money on entry tickets of the monuments and museums. But Leh Palace is a vantage point from where you can see and make pictures of seven landmarks while you are acclimatizing in Leh. Today’s photo essay shows you these landmarks as seen from the…

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Review of Maurya Hotel in Daria, Chandigarh

Food at Maurya Hotel

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The room in Maurya Hotel was a pleasant surprise although it had a major flaw. Actually, I did not book it. I booked Preet Hotel in Daria from Oyorooms in April, 2017. But when I reached the hotel on May 19, the receptionist told me that all the rooms were…

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Highlights of Adi Chamunda Temple Trail: Attractions and Facilities

How wool is collected from sheep

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Adi Chamunda Temple Trail  gives an opportunity to enjoy natural beauties, including delicate flowers and big birds, and closely observe summer lifestyle of shepherds, including their relationship with their flock of sheep and goat. Today’s photo essay presents highlights from the trail. The highlights are divided into four categories: Attractions,…

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A Short Walk to Gotsang Monastery in Hemis

Should you walk the Gotsang Trail?

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Hemis Monastery and its festival are very popular among the visitors. However, only a few know about the nearby walk. This short walk along the well-marked cemented path leads to Gotsang Monastery in Hemis. You can measure this path leading to a quiet pilgrimage site in Ladakh on your own.…

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