De Vivendi Resorts
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... I had it written on my hand, then spending 9 or so hours stuffing medicine into myself so I wouldn't vomit or have to come out the other way from Delhi Belly and motion sickness until I arrived early morning in Manali. Thank god for sending me the angels of two Indian Men who spoke very good English who had the same process on the bus as me because I would have just sat down and cried in the street at the first drop off. As he said, "Kathy, between us, we are ...
... past but eventually we were able to hitch a ride. We arrived in Kaza happy and tired. We gained a few blisters on our feet and countless memories in our hearts. We trekked 5-5.5 hours each day on varying terrain at altitudes between 4400 and 5000m. We are now feeling confident in the longer trek we have planned for Leh and are glad to be acclimatized to the altitudes. The next day we joined Ben and Caroline in their jeep and completed half the drive to Manali with ...
... to a free Tibet. We spent the rest of the week helping Yeshi out with setting up the business from an online perspective. Linking them up with Tripadvisor, Hostelbookers and Paypal was a start. Next came taking photos of the rooms and the building and also creating flyers to promote their weekly Folk Show. Unfortunately I caught the infamous Delhi Belly and Jason somehow got the (man) flu. This did slow us down for a few days, it also meant we lost a few extra kilos (which ...
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The next day took me through beautiful valleys, with fall colored foliage blanketing the hillsides. In the valley bottoms, locals were harvesting aloo (potatoes). I stopped many times to take in the scenery and enjoy a chai in the small villages.
... the argument only ceased an hour later when we returned to the same sweet shop. And why did we return to the same sweet shop? To buy more disgusting spice-flavoured wine gums? Oh, no. We returned because, during the hour-long debate, we had taken the wrong route and got lost… My patience was wearing as thin as my remaining water supply.
We made it back to Manali in the end. It’s as though, despite the extreme heat and tedious arguing about ...