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Travel Blogs from Manali
... would have been much higher
if I was behind the wheel but fortunately a skilled mountain driver
held that responsibility. He only really panicked me once and that
was when he reversed along a particularly narrow stretch of
particularly crumbling and unstable section of road beside a
particularly daunting cliff (to allow a bus to pass us). The scenery
on the road is consistently breath taking and if the scenery doesn't
take your breath ...
... was good. Light rock music playing in the background and an open garden restaurant like atmosphere. The menu covered mainly Italian pizzas and English dishes with a couple of Indian starters. We didn't have any idea about the wine. So we just ordered a random one. Sula Port wine. It was worse than 'Yuck'.
The whisky and tequila shot gave us a light buzz. We weren't much hungry so had ordered only a couple of chicken starters and french fries. After that ...
... question is about accommodation and in this regard we communicate with the local villagers and finally our friend tnzin sort out our problem he arrange a room at Lama Gonpa. We get all stuff for one night and one ...
... super-touristy Goa (where second monsoon season is just finishing).
Our last day in Delhi was cool, we wandered around Humayun's Tomb, a stunning building made of red brick and marble which was completed 50 years before the iconic Taj Mahal was started (people from Delhi will tell you that it was the inspiration behind the Taj). The Tomb was a beautiful building surrounded by gardens which provided a nice break ...
... harshly and I was moved to think that the world was a better place for it. Then the Taiwanese all lined up and made an offering to his Holiness, there was a celebration for the long life of his Holiness and much to my enjoyment, the monks in the inner Temple all put on their yellow hats and the Dalai Lama wore a red hat and there were cymbols, drums, horns. I was confused and happy, I thought the Dalai Lama said all that finery and fun had to ...