Sleeping in McLeod overlooking the Himalayas. The two times I've been to Dharamsala I have stayed in these apartments: East Home. The apartment price double or extra mattress for between a third round (in 2004) 2-3 euros per person. When I went in 2003 they were still building them and in 2004 recently completed, so they are pretty new, so we have western toilet, shower and sink, a kitchen and a great terrace overlooking the Himalayas. The guy who runs it is a very clean Indian and also fun. The other people working or staying there are usually lovely. Highly recommended and located in one of the quietest areas of town.
Sleeping in Hampi is simple, and a pleasure, Hampi is a small town in northern Karnataka, on the banks of the river Tungabhadra. Its color contrast give amazing sunsets from prisms of the huge red rocks, the green of the banana plantations, the blue of the sky, and its river, the marble temples. Hampi is within the ruins of Vijayanagara and offers tours visiting temples and it is a scandal, the only thing that costs is the price of the riksaw to take us, as most temples are open , there is almost no one inside, so we can get lost between its corners and enjoy the silence. For anyone looking for a quiet and few luxuries , Hampi is a very special place, and is inexpensive, we paid 400 rupees for a double room with bathroom inside but it had a beautiful garden and was quiet and very clean. Almost all the places to stay are apartments within the same building as the restaurants, there are some quieter than others, so it is quite quiet. On this side of the river , as well as the variety of food (and very rich, by the way), there are people walking, cycling, bike, you can take yoga classes, meditating, going to the lake ... , you can go to the monkey temple to meet a Spanish monk there in the area, relax, ... And if we get bored of being here, we cross the river to go to town or hiking (you can easily find a bus, riksaw, motorcycles rental) and visit the nearby towns of craft shopping, restaurants, ...
From the moment you enter our Guest house the warm welcome and the beauty of the ground invites you. Pure natural environments with silence humble village stay make you refresh.
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