Holiday Inn Manali
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- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... intended for and if by some miracle they did, I'd be very pleasantly surprised. Also, if anyone reading this post would like a postcard sent to you from India, please fb message me your address and I'll see what I can do. I spent some time wondering around the market. I remember seeing some cute sweaters yesterday but didn't have time to stop. I managed to locate them for the most part but decided, though cute, their quality were too poor to be worth ...
... the hotel. When I started asking around I found out that the whole town is at standstill at that moment. The only way out of Manali was getting into a 4 wheel drive equipped with snow chain tyres to a town called Kullu. We were charged Rs 2000 per head and the journey down to Kullu was a lifetime experience. Once we arrived Kullu, we were stranded again as no busses were moving out of town. The snow fall this time around was massive and ...
... other big shot hotels). For me, culture, food and wonderful people are more than enough to get going. All this said, I also don’t mind trying new things to blend in with local culture, as said When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
On my 5th day of trip, after my adventurous visit to Rishikesh and Mcleodganj ( it’s whole another story, what happened in these two cities with me) , I was on my way to Kasol. It was going to be a long ...
... 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 ...
... event to "show support."
This supportive peaceful environment was evident all around McLeod Gang, and had a certain stillness within the bustling town. The streets were of course filled with horn orchestras, but also with singing school children echoing throughout the valley, monks praying, prayer wheels turning, people smiling everywhere, and Tibetan and Indian culture thriving.