Chichoga Holiday Inn
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
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... two beds, carpeted floor and a little en suite at the back. Not as flash as it sounds. No hot water, no bath or shower (there is a bucket) and the toilet is at an uncomfortable lean. The camp is situated in a huge valley surrounded by large hills and it looks like a lunar landscape. We only did 105kms today but it was pretty rugged and felt like 500. Everyone was off to bed early as tomorrow is a very long day. No phone or internet here so will have to download this blog ...
... the life of people in kasol and in any other Metropolitan city and I tell you we couldn't reach on one verdict, I think it’s just better to always keep travelling, why not see both.
Around 8 in the morning, we left the Kasol and its gripping aura, we all were silent and went into deep sleep on the way, it was drizzling outside and now, the weather was unpleasantly cold, but how does it matter now, the trip was over, now it was only about ...
... out, prayed for our safe journey and returned with a handful of garish flowers that bounced their way over the dashboard for the rest of the journey. Delightful to think we may owe our lives to a splash of potpourris.
The road meandered its rough, chiselled path along the mountain side, negotiating the scree falls and mountain streams that regularly shattered across the track. The landscape became rockier and evidence of civilisations became less and less ...
... Italiano and seeing as I’m now sworn off Indian food for a while I get my usual Bruscetta and a Caprese salad. Which in India makes no sense as you’re supposed to eat local and avoid salad and fruit with skin at all costs. But I’ve eaten hardly anything and dropped a good 9 pounds with being ill so I’m not letting it go to waste! Eating healthy surly can’t be bad? We head back to our hotel full of good food and have ...
... see that very few were celebrating in Mcleod Ganj because it meant we could go home, shed our clothes and remain clean for the rest of the day. After a hot shower and a lot of soap and scrubbing we all came out relatively paint free. Leah and I both agree that it was a fun experience, but not one that we need to repeat anytime soon. We have since moved on to the beautiful town of Manali, Leah will update you on that soon! Xoxo Sarah (and ...