Drifters' Inn & Cafe
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDrifters' Inn & Cafe Manali
We arrived in the early hours , we had already pre booked our room via email, they let us in no problem, we felt very welcomed here, The room was clean and tidy with tea making facilities, The owner and staff were very friendly, the food in the restaurant below was fantastic, I'm sure we ate more then we should of but it was so tasty. Would definitely recommend this to any backpacker.
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We travelled by sleeper bus to Manali, which took ten hours, the journey was surprisingly ok. I wasn't travel sick which is the main thing, as i tend to be more often than not. We arrived in the early hours and it was cold and and dark. We travelled by Tuk Tuk to the hotel and checked in and slept. Hmmm we seem to be doing a lot of sleeping on this …
... hit Tosh next day. My experience says it’s good to stay one night there and enjoy the Hot spring water bath and enjoy the landscape around, it’s refreshing as if you are born again.
“After Manikaran” Good Morning, Get ready to be Toshed.The real insight of the journey to the Peak (Tosh) begins once you cross Manikaran. From Manikaran you will find the shared taxi’s till Barshaini Bus Stand (From where the trek ...
... through town. We settled on a mid-grade room in Mount View hotel for 600 Rs. We were tired and would check out other options in the morning…….
WELCOME TO MCLEOD GANJ (wiki info)
Situated on the Dhauladhar Range it is known as "Little Lhasa" or "Dhasa" (a short form of Dharamshala used mainly by Tibetans) because of its large population of Tibetan refugees. The Tibetan government-in-exile ...
... nowhere to park them safely, so they ended up nose to tail on a very narrow curb beside a set of concrete steps. The situation was far from ideal and made us both a little nervous. Completely unprotected; barely even off the road, a lunatic Indian driver could easily plough into them while rounding the bend or trying to squeeze past oncoming traffic. Unfortunately, short of parking further down the road where we wouldn’t be able to keep an eye on them, there were ...
... which are always impressive. Later we got back to Mcleod Ganj but i left my bloody waterproof in the taxi and so we ended up finding a place that sold a decent poncho or similar. We had a good walk around the town and we went to lunch at Taste of India, which was probably my best indian meal in India so far - a tiny little cafe it was.
We started a walk up to Dal Lake, a couple of kilometers away, and the heavens truly opened. My poncho was basically as wet on ...