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Travel Blogs from Manali
... it was very close
to the old town but high up away from the road so as to be rather
The family that ran it were very friendly and welcoming and it only cost
300 rupees (£3) for a comfortable clean double room with free WiFi so
there was just no need to even try negotiate the price.
When we arrived it started to rain pretty heavily so we sat out on the
balcony and drank tea and ordered ...
... the spray of the water above cascading down the mountain.
We are always open to trying new thing so when the opportunity came up to try some jewellery making we thought we would give it a go. We had both wanted to get something special to mark this part of our trip coming to an end, what better way then to make it ourselves. The type of jewellery making is macramé, a South American based style, which has been adapted ...
... The guys next door had turned down their TV and then, inexplicably, decided to spend the next half hour running up and down the hallways yelling and giggling like little girls. We’d barely slept but were still awake early. Peering out of the window we noticed that the hotel was perched on the edge of a valley now completely blanketed in cloud. We’d had no idea how high up we were. We still had no idea where we were. I took a couple of quick ...
... if we can find one. And both of us along with another guy walked towards the jungle and river bed in search of one. We didn't find any and returned back. I entered my tent which was the cornermost one and looked outside. It was pitch black. I was slightly scared at the thought a leopard attack. I went up to AP and Preeti's tent and asked if I can share the tent with them and they readily agreed. We played cards for sometime and then tried to ...
... music. Some even offer WiFi and cable on flat screen TVs. The feeling of a hippie hide away remains, and there isn't much to complain about. The best part is that we found The Bee's Knees, our favorite restaurant in India! The first day we went to old building, and there was a new restaurant in it's place. It disappointed Andrew quite a bit. After eating at the disappointing replacement restaurant, we were walking up the hill to our guest house and I spotted a ...