Club Mahindra Manali
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... will take around 90 min to reach there. The view from Barshaini is breath taking. For a moment I thought it’s all on a canvas, it can’t be real but yes it is.
Barshaini is the last bus stop in this route. If you are planning to spend the night in Tosh (Must Do, a life with limited needs and in a wooden house but no better experience than that) then you don’t have to worry about time but still a suggestion to start in early ...
... have slipped since leaving MK, poor show on my behalf. At the meal though they presented me with a couple of leaving presents, a great cross pen set and some cufflinks and a tie that look awesome and definitely be getting some use when I return to the UK and search for a career! It was a really great night and really great send off.
Thursday came around and I gave Ravi (the tuctuc driver) a present of my own to say thanks for everything he had done for ...
... shops that served maggi, omelettes and coffee. We didn't waste a second and just ordered half a dozen maggis and started devouring it wolfishly. The chilling wind really makes it difficult to cook maggi at that altitude. They charge 50 bucks for a plate of maggi. The packet costs 10-15 bucks in the shop. So much price for the hard work. These shopkeepers stay there for 2-3 months in the tourist season. It goes upto minus 5 degrees in the night. Of Course ...
... to the waterfall.
It is an easy walk and we stop at a tea shop for a drink with views of the waterfall. There are many people washing their clothes in the river and their clothes were stretched over the rocks. Many maroon robes and carpets were ...
... for we will need a little care to get us through, it seemed that very little was all that needed to be done, except to relax and make good use of the predictably stunning scenery. Old manali, where there are hippie shops and cheap guesthouses, is connected to new manali where the normal people live, by a road running alongside a small but old section of tall straight cedar forest inhabited by a troupe of monkeys and the odd itinerant cow. It's ...