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... jumped around to stay warm. Leah, Caroline and I played Uno with them as Ben walked around the lake. We are really loving how card games have become our way to make friends, they really bring people together. When the (now daily) afternoon rain began we headed back to camp for chai. We are now in Manali after completing the relatively uneventful drive (a couple of stops due to our car, and others, getting stuck on the rocky road) but nothing we are not used to by now. ...
... it wasn't raining during my entire stay here. It literally rained all day, everyday from here on in. Despite the rain, i took a walk into New Manali town to see the 2 Tibetan monasteries that are here. As i mentioned in the last blog entry, a lot of Tibetan refugees have crossed the border due to their conflict with the Chinese government. Not just limited to Kashmir, they have entered neighbouring states too, bringing some of their culture with them.
In one of the many ...
... 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 ...
... Washed down with a few strong kingfisher beers. Afterwards we
walked up in search of a bar to drink some whiskey. We found a great
little bar full of travellers from around the world with a live band
playing really well. They had the whole bar really getting into it. We
sat drank and talked well into the night smoking double apple shisha and
drinking beers and whiskey. Peter had a really good conversation with
I have written posts about all the beautiful places we have visited in the last few months. I have used the words stunning, beautiful, pretty, amazing etc etc... But since we arrived in Manali i have been lost for words. It is difficult to describe the beauty of this little town high up in the mountains. Let me try... Manali lies at the bottom of the Kullu Valley, which is surrounded by a 360 degree view of pine forests and apple orchards, and the white Himalayas ...