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Rather than weaving in and out of other vehicles the journey consisted of an uphill struggle weaving in and out of potholes... Quite surprised the tuk tuk didn't turtle...great fun though!
Our home for the next two nights was a quaint little guest house tucked away at the top of Old Manali aka a chilled retreat. The location was perfect being surrounded by beautiful scenery, quirky cafés and mellow bars.
First on the agenda was ...
... 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 ...
... comfort of the trip. The seats went fairly far back, enough so that
you'd hope to have a fair chance of sleep. Unfortunately your hopes
would be destroyed when the much too close chair in front reclined
and left you as the filling in a chair sandwich. One of the guys who
boarded at the first stop off asked the driver if the bus had air
conditioning. I literally LOL'd at this question, he may as well
have asked if the on board oyster bar accepted ...
... classes and courses. It also goes with out saying that there are an abundance of yoga centres and classes available here. The Tibetan Institute of Medicine and Astrology can do palm readings, astrology readings and give you a chart on important dates in your life if you are interested in that kind of thing!
For people who are ill, there is a hugely sought after Tibetan doctor called Dr Yeshi Dhonden, who is 80 years old and was the private physician ...
... the weight of a single rider and bike. Blatantly ignoring the Do not Cross sign, Tim tested the theory. As he didn’t plummet to his death or cause the bridge to collapse (and being much lighter than him) I followed him across with confidence.
The journey was punctuated by 4 or 5 of my perennial favourites; water crossings, but by and large it was more of the same roads we’d experienced everywhere else in Ladakh; continuously dusty, rutted ...