The Chardham Camp Harsil
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Travel Blogs from Harsil
This view is very close to my mental arena and reminded me of a poem that reads like:
Playful in all your streams
As you dash or loiter through life
What does not love to sit besides you.
In Indian mythology ...
I got to Recong Peo from Chandigarth in two days. The roads were initially very good but extremely crowded in some places, especially around Shimla which is a big tourist destination for the richer part of Indians. It became its existence in 1840s when the first villa was built there by one of the English colonialists. Then it quickly evolved into an exclusive holiday destination for Rajas. As much as I think it used to be a nice and quiet little town back in nineteen hundreds, ...
... amazing views of himalayas.but unfortunately we reached late in evening and could not get any views of himalayas.we stayed at mayadeep herbal resort for the night.we got 6 bedroom for Rs500 for night.hotel was shabby but we didnot have any option.location of hotel amazing.it was facing a heavy forest and had river just by side of it.
... gangotri is vacated!!! and also in winters where temperatures would reach -10 or -15!!!when i asked him what he would eat he didn answer anything!!!....god knows how he survives there!!!there are lot sanyasis like him who stay in gangotri or in higher stratas of himalayas.
I came back to gangotri and after some shopping in the streets we made darpan ...
Yesterday, we had most of the day off to enjoy our final day in Sangla Valley. It consisted of yoga, meditation, a short ab workout, talking, doing laundry, and eating. The food is absolutely delicious here. I love when they cook with masala spices, which is pretty much all the time! Last night we had Tandoori chicken. they marinate the chicken for half a day in a yogurt ...
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